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Allstate Insurance Company Files $6.6 Million Medical Fraud Lawsuit Against 47 Durable Medical Supply Entities and their Respective Individual Owners
Date:6/21/2013

w Way Medical Supply, Corp., Next Century Enterprises, Inc., OrthoPlus Products, Inc., OS Ortho Services Inc., Premier DME Corp., ProDME, Inc., Quality Service Supplies Inc., Six Star Supply, Inc., Soho Medical Supplies Inc., SVP Medsupply Inc., TAM Medical Supply Corp., TSM Medical Supply & Orthocare Inc., Ultimate Health Products Inc., Ultra Ortho Products Inc., Unlimited Medical Supply Services Inc., V+B Magic Recovery Supply Inc., VIP Medical Supplies, Inc., Vladenn Medical Supply Corp., Margarita Akmalova, Shimon Indictor, Oleg Simakov, Vadim Zalogin, Michael Zavrazhin, A to Z Wholesale Inc., American Mobility Medical, Inc., Any Choice Supply, Inc., Devonian Inc., Easy Hill Wholesale Medical Supply Inc., IDEL International Trading Inc., IG&NAT Services, Inc., Imprezza NYC Inc., Major Market Merchandise Inc., MEM Wholesale Inc., Mikos Trading, Inc., MIKS Trading, Inc., New Step Services Inc., One Stop Wholesale, Inc., ROPA Inc., and VZ Group Inc. 

It alleges that 31 durable medical retail equipment companies and 28 individuals, who allegedly owned one or more of these retail companies, and 16 durable medical wholesale companies and 5 individuals, who allegedly owned one or more of the wholesale companies, submitted or facilitated the submission of fraudulent and is leading bills and supporting documents to Allstate for reimbursement under New York State's No-fault Law.

According to the Insurance Information Institute, no-fault fraud is costing New Yorkers millions of dollars year-after-year. "In essence, honest hardworking New Yorkers are paying a 'fraud tax,'" said Allison McMahon, Allstate spokesperson. "We need lawmakers to enact meaningful insurance reform that puts the citizens of New York first." 

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