* 36 accused of scheming to defraud * Auto insurers targeted in alleged $279 mln scheme * Scheme said to take advantage of NY no-fault law (Adds comments from authorities, details of arrests and allegations) By Jonathan Stempel and Ben Berkowitz NEW YORK, Feb 29 (Reuters) - Three dozen people were charged with scheming to defraud automobile insurers out of more than $279 million in accident benefits, in a scheme said to involve doctors, lawyers and patients who were coached to fake ...
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