Government Employees Insurance Co. v. Adams Chiropractic Center P.C. No. 19-20633 2020 WL 881514 (D.N.J. Feb. 24, 2020)

Detailed pleadings of the fraud required to survive a motion to dismiss for lack of sufficient particularly.

The plaintiffs filed suit against the defendants seeking reimbursement of paid bills allegedly submitted through fraudulent no-fault insurance charges. The defendant sought to dismiss the complaint, asserting that it failed to “state with particularity the circumstances constituting fraud or mistake.” The court found that the complaint was detailed, with extensive examples of misconduct regarding individual patients. Accordingly, surviving a motion to dismiss for lack of sufficient particularly consists of detailed pleadings concerning the fraud committed.


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