William E. Johnson: (work) 413-534-5373
Attorney Patrick Matthews: (work) 508-676-6900
On or about, July 18, 2014, Attorney Patrick Matthews filed a complaint in Superior Court, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. The suit was filed on behalf of Pleasant Street Auto Body & Repair Inc., DBA Hampshire Towing, a family owned company headed by William E. Johnson, President.
The suit in part alleges that the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) and Amica Insurance intentionally
(Original posting, all information, text, and imagery courtesy of ScottJShaw.info. Written by Alex Dobuzinskis, Staff Writer at ScottJShaw) A Sherman Oaks couple whose home was raided by a Glendale Police Department SWAT team in a misguided insurance fraud investigation has won a $1.8 million settlement, officials said Monday. Rouhel Feinstein, 55, and his wife, Marilyn Slome, were caught up in a 2001 investigation by Glendale police and the National Insurance Crime Bureau,
(Original posting, all information and text is courtesy of Justia US Law) Joseph Jaskolski assisted federal prosecutors in an investigation that led to the indictment of Rick Daniels and three of his relatives for insurance fraud. After the defendants (collectively "Daniels") were acquitted, they sued Jaskolski and his employer, the National Insurance Crime Bureau, in state court, charging them with the tort of malicious prosecution. During discovery Daniels sought documents