CDI Gives $32 Million to Fight Workers’ Comp Fraud

June 21, 2012

The California Department of Insurance will distribute $32 million in grants to district attorneys in California to support efforts to investigate and prosecute workers’ compensation insurance fraud.

Every year, the Fraud Assessment Commission determines the grant funding based on assessments placed on California employers. CDI leads the Workers’ Compensation Grant Review Panel that reviews and makes grant funding recommendations based on multiple criteria including previous year performance based on application submitted by counties.

Below is a list of funding to the counties:

Insurance Commissioner’s Funding Recommendation
2012-2013 Potential Spending Authority
Alameda $1,425,916
Amador $413,186
Butte $108,600
Contra Costa $603,400
El Dorado $257,247
Fresno $1,122,000
Humboldt $178,400
Imperial $143,087
Kern $715,000
Kings $269,791
Lake $44,698
Los Angeles $5,937,916
Marin $233,731
Merced $94,012
Monterey $600,000
Napa $130,153
Orange $3,588,116
Plumas $0
Riverside $1,488,786
Sacramento $884,657
San Bernardino $2,206,339
San Diego $4,527,303
San Francisco $702,366
San Joaquin $478,031
San Luis Obispo $62,254
San Mateo $660,318
Santa Barbara $286,000
Santa Clara $2,452,358
Santa Cruz $149,332
Shasta $166,000
Siskiyou $33,007
Solano $173,388
Sonoma $74,419
Tehama $83,528
Tulare $504,393
Ventura $729,984
Yolo $246,676
TOTAL $31,774,392


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