On the Record
A broker that sold health insurance to Virginia Tech students faces stiff penalties following a 57-count federal indictment alleging it inflated claims by more than $9 million to inflate its own profits.
A Michigan woman faked cancer for six years after more than $94,000 was paid out for unneeded health care, according to Michigan State Police.
A South Korean pastor from Montgomery Township, Pa., was sentenced to two weekends in jail after pleading guilty to theft as part of an insurance scam.
A Detroit-area man was sentenced to 137 years in prison after being convicted of arson, insurance fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering.
A New Jersey insurance agent has been sentenced to serve up to 10 years in state prison for defrauding 20 clients out of more than $1.4 million.
A St. Louis County Circuit Court judge sentenced a former Missouri insurance broker who sold auto and homeowners policies without a license to three 3-year prison terms on 20 insurance fraud-related charges.
A Pennsylvania parolee who served time for his role in his stepfather’s death is suing Prudential Financial for a portion of the dead man’s life insurance.
A former social worker from Silver Spring, Md., pleaded guilty to health care fraud for seeing patients and billing a health insurance company up to $200,000 after her license was suspended.
A panel of three federal appeals court judges in Richmond, Va., overturned five convictions of a former Texas man who was found guilty in a $100 million life settlement fraud scheme.
A former New Jersey insurance agent could face five years in prison and $250,000 in fines after pleading guilty to not paying taxes on income derived from wages and commissions from selling insurance products.