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Accident in Missouri and fraud in Kansas
Crossing a state border to present a fraudulent claim does not work
Under KSA 2020 Supp. 21-5106 (a) (1) and (b) (3), a court in Kansas has jurisdiction over an offense committed in part in Kansas by a criminal who commits either (1) an act that constitutes a component and material part of crime or (2) an act that is an essential and integral part of an overall ongoing crime plan and the act causes an effect or consequence in Kansas close enough in time or causes an immediate result. Two courts found no jurisdiction but the Supreme Court read the entire charter and found jurisdiction in State of Kansas v Ivan Rozell, no. 121, 094, Supreme Court of Kansas (April 22, 2022)
Doctors who deceived health insurance companies tried to withdraw from the Plea Deal
IN New Jersey State Amgad A. Hessein, Nr. A-0983-20, Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division (April 26, 2022) Amgad A. Hessein, a doctor facing a thirty-eight charge and alleging billing fraud related to his medical business, was on the verge of starting the trial after completing the jury trial when he pleaded guilty to second-degree fraud through fraud, NJSA 2C : 20-4 (a), and second degree health insurance claims, NJSA 2C: 21-4.3 (a)).
Drivers admit that they are lying when they apply for car insurance
How much Americans think they are saving by lying about car insurance applications
In an article at https://www.propertycasualty360.com/2022/05/10/how-many-americans-lie-on-auto-insurance-applications/ The authors report on a study that showed that the main reason why Americans lie to car insurance companies is to save money. About a third of the participants in the survey said that they are lying because they run a high risk and know that they would pay higher premiums if the truth is.
Convicted fraudster frivolous Holding Trying to avoid jail
Those who commit insurance fraud have the money to issue endless motions and appeals
Judgments on insurance fraud are unreasonably rare and when the perpetrator is convicted, the convicted defendant appears to have unlimited means to appeal the verdicts. Imtiaz Shareef, following his conviction, without success in his first appeal, filed a new appeal, claiming that his lawyers had failed him.
IN Imtiaz Shareef v. USA, No. 3: 22-cv-001144-RJC, 3: 18-cr-00157-RJC-DCK-3, United States District Court, WD North Carolina, Charlotte Division (May 4, 2022) USDC put an end to Shareef’s appeals.
False allegation defeated by surveillance in UK
Anthony Hawkins, A £ 1.1million retailer’s insurance claim was rejected in its entirety after an investigation by Admiral Insurance and Horwich Farrelly found that the plaintiff was a liar who produced evidence to fraudulently inflate the value of his claim of lost income.
Hawkins, claimed that he suffered multiple and serious injuries in a traffic accident on August 23, 2014. As a result of his injuries, Hawkins spent 26 days as an inpatient. Hawkins also claimed that he suffered from recurrent infections around the metalwork in the injured right forearm. Central to his claim for lost earnings was a handwritten, undated letter that allegedly offered the applicant employment on the same scrap he had previously sold for a salary plus weekly bonuses.
Strems Advokatbyrå decides fraud cases with insurance companies
The law firm Stremsa Miami-based law firm and its co-defendant agreed to a $ 1 million settlement with Citizens Property Insurance Corporation (Citizens) after the state-created insurer filed a lawsuit alleging that the company was involved in collusion with a public adjustment company and a water-reducing company. business.
Health insurance fraud
Clinic owner sentenced to federal jail for laundering money for “Pill Mill”
The defendant also bought Mercedes and Hummer at a profit
Jamesetta Whipple-Duncan, 59, from Savannah, a former Garden City, Georgia, clinic owner and CEO, was sentenced to 60 months in federal prison after admitting she laundered money in connection with a notorious “pill factory” doctor who illegally distributed huge amounts of drugs. She pleaded guilty to money laundering. U.S. District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood also ordered Whipple-Duncan to pay $ 86,074 in damages and to serve three years of supervised release after serving her prison sentence. There is no conditional release in the federal system. Plus many more.
Other convictions for insurance fraud
Guilty of murder-for-renting and insurance fraud case
Euri Jenkins heard a jury in Florida hand down a conviction in which he said he was the orchestrator of a 2017 conspiracy to kill his pregnant wife. The deliberations lasted less than a day before the jury made a decision on the charge of first-degree murder. Jenkins, 35, now faces life in prison without parole. Prosecutors told the jury he was planning with another man, Joevan Joseph, then 19, to kill his wife Makeva Jenkins. Plus many more convictions.
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