Zalma Insurance Scam Letter – September 1, 2022

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Andrew Joseph Mitchell, according to to the Texas Department of Insurance, which reported that a replacement company licensed last month by Louisiana regulators has siphoned off more than $300,000 in insurance claims against Texas homeowners.

The plaintiff appealed the trial court’s order granting summary judgment against defendants Home-Owners Insurance Company (“Home-Owners”), American Country Insurance Company (ACIC), and Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company (“Hartford”), alleging about the prosecutor. Claims for uninsured or underinsured motorist benefits and PIP benefits under the no-fault law, MCL 500.3101 and seq. Although the defendants contested the PIP payment claims, the trial court did not decide the substantive issue, but instead dismissed all claims under the anti-fraud provisions of the defendants’ statutes.

In Jonathan Jones v. Home-Owners Insurance Company, American Country Insurance Company, And Hartford Accident & Indemnity Company, and Sharneta HendersonNo. 355118, Michigan Court of Appeals (August 18, 2022) The Court of Appeals issued a decision similar to Solomon.

Oneatha SwintonA former Port Richmond high school principal in Staten Island, New York, convicted of auto insurance fraud has kept his job at the New York Department of Education — and earned money — even as school investigators called him “a role model of dishonesty.”

The DOE granted Swinton a contract to continue despite his guilty plea and findings that he had given $100,000 in school funds to a vendor, and “failed to protect” the 600 DOE computers, printers and laptops that disappeared under his watch.

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Insurers licensed or operating in California must certify that all of their employees have written, understood, or been trained in the California Fair Claims Settlement Practices Regulations by September 1 of each year and are prepared to swear that the law has been followed. of the insurer.

Grounds for Rescission

The primary causes of withdrawal are:

  1. errors or material facts,
  2. hiding the truth,
  3. material error,
  4. error of law, or
  5. fraud.

The telemedicine scam.

“Telemedicine fraud, which is often called Telehealth Fraud is a growing phenomenon in Medicare. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented problems in the way patients access medical care and the need for isolation that leads to the explosion of remote Telemedicine care,” said Maria Alvarez, Executive Director of StateWide announcing this month’s Medicare Fraud of the Month.

StateWide Fraud of the Month is part of the Senior Medical Patrol, the trusted resource for New York State officials and caregivers to help identify, prevent, and report Medicare fraud and abuse. StateWide is the New York sponsor/administrator of this Federal Program.

Ricky Gonzales ran Ricky’s Construction, which provided construction services to contractors. A Tampa, Fla.-area man lied about paying compensation to workers he hired — who were undocumented immigrants. The contractors then sent Gonzales what they thought were paychecks. Gonzales gave money to the banks to pay the workers. Gonzales lied that employees were fully staffed. In fact, he received and cashed more than $7M in checks from his employees’ construction contractors. That was more than the minimum payment Gonzales told his insurance company. Thus his employees were working in the workplace without adequate insurance. Insurers lost the money they would have billed had they known the number of workers whose policies were being changed to cover them. Gonzalez also illegally evaded federal and state taxes. He was charged federally and faces up to 25 years in prison after his conviction.

It’s more emotional.

South Bay Chiropractor Sentenced to Prison for Taking Kickbacks

A Redondo Beach medical professional has been sentenced to 14 months in prison for soliciting other medical facilities. (Shutterstock)

Brian Carrico68, of Redondo Beach, was sentenced on August 26, 2022 to 14 months in federal prison by US District Judge Josephine L. Staton, who also ordered him to pay a $25,000 fine.

The South Bay chiropractor was sentenced for taking bribes from Pacific Hospital – a hospital in Long Beach whose owner was later arrested – and for asking to be fired from another hospital in Southern California. Carrico pleaded guilty in February to one count of seeking extradition — the same day his two Redondo Beach companies, Company Profile Performance Medical & Rehab Center Inc. and The opinion of the company One Accord Management Inc. -Each pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit extortion.

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In an effort to save the few remaining insurers doing business in Florida, the state has targeted unlicensed contractors who some say have driven up the cost of repairing Florida property.

Florida Staffing Firm Head Sentenced to 24 Years for Off-Book Labor Scheme

Mykhaylo Chugay from 2007 to 2021, according to prosecutors, he worked for several companies operating in South Florida that avoided paying more than $25 million in federal taxes. Last week, a federal judge sentenced Chugay to 24 years in prison for being convicted in June of crimes that included racketeering, harboring illegal aliens and money laundering, according to prosecutors and media reports. And many emotions.

On August 25, 2020 the Association of British Insurance and Insurance Fraud Bureau Announced:

  • The number and value of fraudulent products fell in 2021, but the average fraud was identified at a level of more than £12,000.
  • Motor insurance fraud is still the most common form of insurance.

Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE, now limits his practice to serving as an insurance consultant specializing in insurance services, insurance litigation, insurance bad faith and insurance fraud for both insurers and policyholders alike. They also act as mediators or arbitrators in insurance-related disputes. He has practiced law in California for over 44 years as an insurance and claims attorney and over 54 years in the insurance business. He can be reached at zalma@zalma.com.

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