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pexels-sora-shimazaki-5668473-300x200A California attorney was arrested this week for illegally billing 20 separate insurance companies and collecting over $310,000 in workers’ compensation fees, the California Department of Insurance announced.

Moses Luna, 73, of Newport Beach, CA, faces 20 felony counts of insurance fraud. He is scheduled to return to court on January 19, 2021. The press did not name an attorney for him.

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pexels-pixabay-48895-300x198A California roofing company owner faces insurance fraud charges after she allegedly underreported payroll for her business by over $4 million, resulting in losses of more than $2 million to the California State Compensation Insurance Fund.

Judy Hein, 71, of Oxnard, CA, was arraigned on five felony counts of insurance fraud. It is unclear if she has acquired legal representation.

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pexels-jeshootscom-834892-300x200New York State Inspector General Letizia Tagliafierro announced the arrest of two Pearl River-based contractors for failing to carry workers’ compensation insurance as required by law.

Peter McCann and Kathryn McCann, both of Pearl River, NY, were arraigned in court on charges of failure to secure compensation and two counts of fraudulent practices. The press did not name an attorney for them.

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daniel-mccullough-HtBlQdxfG9k-unsplash-300x169More than four million American workers are injured at their workplace every year. For this reason, almost every state requires businesses to carry workers’ compensation insurance, which covers the medical bills, recovery costs, and partial lost wages of a worker who is injured on the job.

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coins-948603_1920-300x200A Georgia man arrested earlier this year on charges of workers compensation insurance fraud now faces six additional counts of insurance fraud and violating state insurance reporting laws.

In January, Bob Coleman, age 69, a county commissioner for Glynn County, Georgia, was arrested together with his wife Sherry, age 59, after a yearlong investigation into their business practices. The couple together ran Coleman Insurance, and Bob Coleman was a respected member of the community. He was elected to the Glynn County Commission three times, and the couple has lived in the area for their whole lives.
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