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Michigan Farmer to Pay $1.2 Million Settlement Over Crop Insurance Fraud

Sep 28 2022 // Gaylord D. Lincoln and G. Lincoln Farms, LLC, located in Springport, Michigan, have agreed to pay $1,200,000 to resolve allegations that they violated the False Claims Act by causing the submission of fraudulent claims for...

Unlicensed Louisiana Agent Arrested for Insurance Fraud

Sep 28 2022 // In June 2021, Troopers from Louisiana State Police Insurance Fraud/Auto Theft Unit New Orleans Field Office (LSP-IFAT-NFO) began an investigation into a Marrero business providing fraudulent insurance policies. Troopers...

New York Bus Driver Pleads Guilty to $30K Workers’ Compensation Fraud

Sep 28 2022 // A New York bus driver faces sentencing for fraudulently collecting more than $30,000 in workers’ compensation wage indemnity benefits by falsely claiming that she was unable to work as a result of a disability,...

US Starts Criminal Probe Into PG&E Role in California Wildfire

Sep 27 2022 // Federal officials have initiated a criminal investigation into PG&E Corp.’s potential role in starting California’s largest wildfire of the year. On Sept. 24, the US Forest Service removed one of the...

Michigan Dept. of Insurance to Hold Catalytic Converter Theft Prevention Event

Sep 26 2022 // The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) is partnering with the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), the Lansing Police Department (LPD), and Shaheen Chevrolet to offer motorists a free...

Louisiana Town Settles Dispute Over Fraudulent FEMA Claims

Sep 26 2022 // A Louisiana town is preparing to settle a 20-year dispute with the Federal Emergency Management Agency by making a repayment of $163,102. The Town Talk of Alexandria reports that the Town of Ball Council voted unanimously...

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