The product fair is an open-house-style event for insurance agents highlighting all of PHLY's products, including their newest Pest Control, Environmental, and Security Services (The Guardian). Agents are encouraged to attend to learn more about products, coverages and meet with PHLY representatives. Additionally, agents will have the opportunity to donate to Auberle Inc., a non-profit that provides services for troubled children local to the Pittsburgh-area.
To locate the office nearest you or for more information, visit PHLY on the web at www.phly.com or contact Elizabeth Bell at (610) 617-7734.
- New Jersey Attorney General Anne Milgram and Division of Criminal Justice Director Deborah Gramiccioni announced that a Mays Landing woman pleaded guilty to illegally collecting more than $4,000 by submitting fraudulent disability insurance claims.
- According to Acting Insurance Fraud Prosecutor Riza Dagli, Da’Lynn White, 31, of Mays Landing, pleaded guilty in Atlantic County to second-degree insurance fraud, a charge contained in a May 13 indictment. White also pleaded guilty to two counts of identity theft brought by the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office. The Office of Insurance Fraud Prosecutor and Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office will recommend a sentence of five years in state prison on all of the charges.
- In pleading guilty to the charge brought by OIFP, White admitted that between March 15 and June 19, 2005, she fraudulently collected $4,357 from the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development by submitting false disability claim forms. White gave the false impression that she and a co-worker were disabled and under the care of two doctors.
- An investigation determined that White forged the two doctors’ names on the claim forms in support of the false disability claims. White admitted that she reported to the labor department that she was pregnant when, in fact, she was not. White also admitted that she falsely claimed her co-worker was injured in an accident on his way to work.
- In pleading guilty to the charges brought by the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, White admitted that she unlawfully obtained bank information of at least seven victims, and used the information to fraudulently obtain duplicate ATM and other bank cards. White admitted that she used the fraudulent cards to obtain cash and other items from various retail stores within Atlantic County.