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Jury instruction misled the jury by stating that an “official law” existed as a law
Greg E. Lindberg and John D. Gray were convicted of fraud with honest services and bribes with federal funds in connection with a series of payments and offerings of payment, in the form of campaign contributions, made to Mike Causey, the elected insurance commissioner for North Carolina. The jury found that these payments were made in exchange for Causey appointing another deputy commissioner to oversee the affairs of Lindberg’s insurance company.
IN United States of America v. Greg E. Lindbergno. 20-4470, 20-4473, United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit (June 29, 2022) granted Fourth Circuit a new trial.
Lawyer convicted of insurance fraud Only suspended for two years
Insurance fraud is widely regarded as a crime of moral confusion. Either way, the New York State Attorney was only asked to join the New Jersey State Bar that suspended a lawyer, after he was convicted of insurance fraud and other misconduct, for two years instead of being suspended.
In the matter of Neal Meredith Pomper, a lawyer and adviser. (Lawyer registration number 1726363); 2022 NY Slip Op 04173; No. 2021-02031; New York Supreme Court, Second Chamber (June 29, 2022)
Chutzpah: Acknowledge that fraud and allegations of fraud are ambiguous
Insured convicted of fraud but still sought UIM benefits
“Chutzpah” is a Yiddish term meaning “unimproved bile” in which, for example, a defendant convicted of murdering his parents asks for mercy because he is an orphan.
Kevin Muir made a claim for underinsured motorist benefits after being injured in a car accident that fit the definition of Chutzpah. His insurance company denied the claim because Muir had previously made fraudulent statements in an attempt to obtain personal injury protection benefits related to the same accident and was convicted of a crime related to the claim. Although the policy, like all insurance policies, excluded claims related to fraud, Muir still sued the insurance company after it denied his claim. The insurer filed a claim for a summary judgment and the district court rejected Muir’s lawsuit.
IN Kevin Muir v. Cincinnati Insurance Company2022 UT App 80, no. 20210289-CA, Court of Appeals of Utah (June 24, 2022), the Court of Appeal found that the exclusion of fraud was clear and unambiguous.
Land Rovers and a Porsche piled up in Tanya Parrish Grant’s garage after she incorrectly billed Medicare for more than $ 50 million for backrests and other rehab equipment. The woman in Raleigh, NC included 422 dead in her bills. She paid companies in India and Pakistan to provide her with lists of Medicare patient names and personal identifiers. The lists came from foreign call centers that contacted Medicare patients to ask if they needed the equipment. Grant’s companies – Carolina Rehab Produces and Atlantic Brace – then invoiced Medicare. She loaded Medicare without a doctor’s prescription and without sending products. Even when patients received equipment by mail and returned the equipment, Grant did not reimburse Medicare for the stuff. When Grant was reviewed by Medicare contractors, Grant falsified medical orders if no orders were in her files. She used the money to buy a home near Raleigh; a townhome in Ft. Lauderdale; and Porsche; and several Land Rovers. She also raised more than $ 1 million in cash and investments. Grant pleaded guilty and will spend up to 10 years in prison when convicted later this year.
The rapper Nuke Bizzle boasted in a YouTube music video about getting rich by ripping off $ 1.2 million from the COVID utility.
The rapper, whose real name is Fontrell Antonio Baines33, agreed to plead guilty to federal fraud and firearms charges after boasting in a YouTube music video that he became rich by tearing down the covid-19 unemployment fund, prosecutors said on Wednesday.
The jury judges doctors for fraud programs in health care
Harold Bendelstein71, in Queens, New York, was convicted by a federal jury of defrauding Medicare and Medicaid by filing false and fraudulent claims for unsuccessful surgeries.
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Florida’s capacity insurance is downgraded, stops writing new deals
AM Best is said to have withdrawn its financial strength for Sunrise, Florida-based Capacity insuranceand the company has stopped writing new business.
Anthony Onyeka Okeke tricked Allianz Insurance and QBE Insurance into paying insurance claims for four vehicles after he staged or made a series of crashes.
Okeke is a man linked to a closed technical support business in Queensland, Australia, who has been found guilty of defrauding insurance companies of more than $ 40,000 and trying to obtain more than $ 30,000 in a fraudulent manner.
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