N.J.S.A 17:33A-22 Maintenance of data base; reporting of claims information.

17:33A-22 Maintenance of data base; reporting of claims information.

38. a. The Insurance Fraud Prosecutor shall maintain a data base which includes referrals, reports of fraud investigations, prosecution, or litigation, and the results of such proceedings, which shall include: (1) identification of the referring entity; (2) type of fraud; (3) disposition of case; and (4) such other data as may be necessary to the work of the office and the referring entitieS.

b. The Insurance Fraud Prosecutor shall provide for the reporting of claims information by insurers writing at least $2,000,000 in direct insurance premiums in any calendar year, in a standard reporting form, which shall include, but shall not be limited to, information on stolen vehicles, including the owners of such vehicles, information on automobile accidents, including date and location of accidents, persons involved in accidents, the kinds of injuries sustained in accidents and treating health care providers, for the purpose of identifying patterns of possible fraudulent activity, which information shall be shared with county prosecutors, local law enforcement officials, and the New Jersey State Police. Every insurer shall submit the data required by the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor for all claims closing with payment during a period established by the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor.

L.1998,C. 21,S.38.

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