Insurance news made by Lance Armstrong in fraud lawsuit

Lance Armstrong insurance news lawsuit

The former Tour de France title holder is being ordered to answer doping questions by a Texas judge. A Texas judge is making insurance news as he has ordered Lance Armstrong to answer questions regarding his doping, particularly with respect to who knew about the behavior and when they became aware of it. These questions could possibly include the discovery of whether or not Armstrong’s ex-wife and attorneys knew. The insurance news making questions are being required as a part of an effort to obtain information in a lawsuit from…

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AIG files suit against Bank of America, looking to recover $10 billion in losses

American International Group (AIG), the U.S. largest insurer that has been steeped in controversy, has filed a lawsuit against Bank of American Corp. The insurer is looking to recover over $10 billion in losses from what it is calling “massive fraud.” The lawsuit is spurred by allegations of mortgage fraud stemming from the bank’s deals leading up to the 2008 economic recession. The suit claims that Bank of America misrepresented its mortgages as being of a higher quality than they actually were. According to the suit, filed with the New…

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