AIG TO PAY $147 MILLION TO RESOLVE WORKERS' COMP REPORTING INFRACTIONS | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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AIG TO PAY $147 MILLION TO RESOLVE WORKERS' COMP REPORTING INFRACTIONS

21 No. 14 WJINSC 2Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage (Approx. 2 pages)

AIG TO PAY $147 MILLION TO RESOLVE WORKERS' COMP REPORTING INFRACTIONS

21 No. 14 WJINSC 2Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage (Approx. 2 pages)

21 No. 14 Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage 2
Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage
*1 January 14, 2011
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AIG TO PAY $147 MILLION TO RESOLVE WORKERS' COMP REPORTING INFRACTIONS

International insurance organization AIG Inc. has agreed to pay a total of $146.5 million to settle allegations that it misreported $2.1 billion in workers' compensation premiums.
The company indicated that the premiums were for general or commercial...
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