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True Crime of Insurance Fraud Video Number 75



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Yuri Gasparov was 19 years old when he entered the United States from the former Soviet republic of Georgia. Although he was still a teenager, he was strong in will and body. In ancient Soviet Georgia, he had made his mark as a thief, blackmailer, and practitioner. Yuri was 13 years old when he first killed a man who refused to pay half of his income to the group Gasparov joined when he was 11 years old.

When the Soviet Union fell, he emigrated to the United States. He saw the United States, unlike the new Georgian Republic, as a place of opportunity for his criminal skills.

Gasparov arrived at Los Angeles International Airport on an immigrant visa claiming to be a persecuted Russian Jew. He was unusual as an immigrant. There were gold bars weighing ten kilos and 30 carat diamonds in the colors “D” to “H” in his luggage. Yuri got off an Al Italia jet from First Class Cabin wearing an English suit cut by a Saville Row tailor, a Gold Rolex President watch and Italian alligator leather shoes.

While waiting for the “Nothing to Declare” queue at the Bradley International Terminal, the women in the row stared openly. They saw a handsome young man with long black hair, green eyes, an aquiline nose and a neatly trimmed Van Dyke beard. They assumed he was an Italian actor who came to try his hand in Hollywood.

A limousine was waiting to pick him up at the curb. The driver held the door for him as he stepped into the long, white, outstretched Lincoln Town Car that welcomed him to the United States in Russian.

Yuri Gasparov had convinced the head of Georgia that it was necessary to use the American system to make a profit and let the violent tried and true methods of making a criminal profit be perfected in the old Republic of Georgia. The American civil justice system was open to snooping, criminal and unethical for immediate wealth.

What he did not know, sunbathing in all the accessories for immediate success, that knowledge of the law or how to exercise law, was irrelevant to his success. All that was required of Casparian was to hang his driver’s license on the wall and wait for the winnings to roll in.

Casparian did not know – or refused to find out – that his “clients” were not injured, that they never received medical treatment and that most had never been involved in an accident. Casparian convinced himself that he had achieved the American dream and was the most successful new lawyer in the state of California.

Within a few weeks, new clients’ cases flowed into the Casparian law firm at three times the rate compared to the first year of operation. The three doctors treated, according to their calculations, over sixty patients a day. Medical bills were forwarded to the Caspian law firm on behalf of its clients at more than $ 100,000 per day.

Profits increased exponentially. Casparian, who sat in his office, spent most of his time watching soap operas on office television. The secretarial staff and the staff of adjusters worked 10 hours a day to negotiate hundreds of claims per day. Everyone in the Caspian law firm was happy and Gasparov had bought a four-bedroom house in Brentwood for cash.

The staff of the various SIUs worked together to create a database with claims from the Casparian law firm. It found that doctors, through their billing information, billed for more than 80 hours of work a day. People who have been involved in car accidents, even though they have never been to the same insurer twice, were involved in more than fifteen accidents a month.

The information was taken to the Major Fraud Division at the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office. In a working group with the Fraud Division, the California Department of Insurance and the Los Angeles Police Department, search warrants were issued for the files from the law firm and the three doctors’ offices. Records were collected and compiled. Four months later, arrest warrants were issued for Casparian, the three doctors and each “adjuster” at the law firm.

Gasparov, the instigator and recipient of the profits, sold his house in Brentwood when the house search was issued, moved to Fresno and started an office with a lawyer who had immigrated from Kazakhstan.

Gasparov’s new law firm in Fresno is a great success. His position in the criminal organization has improved and he is now only third in line behind the boss in Georgia.

Without the benefit of education, training, or license, Yuri Gasparov earned more money from practicing law in California than 99 percent of the state’s attorneys and continues to earn more than any other attorney practicing in Fresno, California.

The insurance industry’s need to deal fairly and in good faith with anyone who makes a claim made them vulnerable to an intelligent and immoral criminal. A group of good investigators stopped the fraud just to get the courts to hand out minimal penalties and let the instigator of the fraud escape and continue with his criminal activities elsewhere. It’s time for the courts to really punish those involved in insurance fraud.


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Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE, now limits his internship to the position of insurance consultant specializing in insurance coverage, insurance claims handling, insurance bad faith and insurance fraud almost equally for insurers and policyholders. He practiced law in California for more than 44 years as a lawyer for insurance coverage and claims management and more than 54 years in the insurance industry. He is available at http://www.zalma.com and zalma@zalma.com.

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