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California Department of Industrial Relations and Division of Workers’ Compensation Suspend Seven Providers for Fraud. Liens associated with the suspended providers total $59 million.
By Lonce LaMon and the News Release From The California Department Of Industrial Relations - February 16, 2017

The California Department of Industrial Relations and its Division of Workers’ Compensation on February 16th 2017 announced it suspended seven medical providers from participating in California’s workers’ compensation system.

The providers have been convicted of workers’ comp fraud or have been suspended from the Medicare or Medicaid programs for medical fraud. The suspended providers have filed more than 8,500 liens in California’s workers’ compensation system, with a total of claim value of at least $59 million.

¿Dónde Están Mis Beneficios? Work Comp Claims by Undocumented Employees: Claims Journal  February 2, 2017

Following an election cycle in which illegal immigration became a touchstone issue, it seems only appropriate that claims handlers and subrogation professionals have a clear understanding of the many nuances involving workers’ compensation claims made by undocumented employees. Indeed, with more than 11 million such immigrants living and working in the country according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, such an understanding is probably indispensable. 


California Steps Up Workers’ Compensation Premium Fraud Effort
By Barry Zalma - February 15, 2017

The California Department of Industrial Relations is making premium fraud a priority this year as part...

Uwaydah Case Rife With Attorney-Client Privilege Violations And Discovery Issues. Defense Calls Out In Open Court That Prosecution Should Be Recused.
By Lonce LaMon - February 10, 2017

Jeffrey Isaacs, counsel for defendant Tony Folgar, asked this writer outside the court room of Departm...

Federal Court Blocks Anthem-Cigna Health Insurer Merger Citing Anti-Trust
By Lonce LaMon - February 8, 2017

On Wednesday, February 8th 2017, a federal court blocked the merger of Anthem and ...


13 Indicators You Might Get Burned By Workers’ Comp Fraud
By Michael Stack - January 27, 2017

On November 18, 2015, the US Department of Justice in Eastern PA published a partial sentencing of Barbara Stanley who 


Somebody Pulled Claims Assistant Aaron Allen's Leg, But It Was No Joke
By Jorge Alexandria - October 31, 2016

Aaron Allen is a warm, charming, and articulate 29-year-old workers’ compensation claims assistant for AmTrust Financial Servi...


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