Sunday, January 13, 2013
Route 206 resident accused of providing false records to support claim.
A Hillsborough resident was charged Friday with third-degree insurance fraud, after providing a miselading water bill in support of a claim a broken pipe caused water damage to a finished basement, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey D. Soriano. Soriano and Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office Chief of Detectives Stuart A.Buckman announced the charge field against Faramarz Azimi, 56, of Route 206 in the Belle Mead section of Hillsborough. According to the prosecutor, Azimi filed the claim with New Jersey Manufacturer's Insurance on Sept. 6, 2011, saying his basement was damaged by a basement sink valve that leaked and flooded his basement on Sept. 3, 2011. In support of his claim, Azimi reportedly included a copy of his New …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
East Brookside Lane resident pleads guilty to lying on car insurance applications for 13 years.
A Hillsborough woman pleaded guilty Friday to insurance fraud after lying on her car insurance applications for 13 years, the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office said. Maria Demeter, 42, of East Brookside Lane, agreed in front of Superior Court Judge Julie M. Marino, sitting in Somerville, to make restitution to the New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance, and was ordered to perform 50 hours of community service and be placed on non-custodial probation. Demeter, also known as Maria Schebece, was charged in August with insurance fraud for lying on her applications with NJM since 1999, claiming to be living alone when she was married and living with her husband, who did not qualify for the company's insurance, the prosecutor's office said in a …
Monday, August 27, 2012
Authorities said Hillsborough resident was married, even though she put she was single.
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Monday, August 27, 2012
A Hillsborough woman has been charged with insurance fraud after misrepresenting information to obtain a cheaper auto policy, the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office said. Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey D. Soriano said Maria Demeter, 42, obtained two motor vehicle policies since 1999 from New Jersey Manufacturer's as a single woman in a household with no residents, when she was in fact married and living with her husband, who was a registered New Jersey driver. The company sent a referral to the prosecutor's office in April indicating that Demeter recently disclosed that she had made material misrepresentations in obtaining the insurance. Soriano said Demeter's false information led to her receiving a policy with lower rates than she …