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Maryland Husband And Wife Indicted in $20 Million Insurance Fraud Scheme

A Maryland couple has been charged with conspiracy to commit insurance fraud and related charges for money laundering, filing false tax returns and identity theft. According to the indictment, from 1996 to the present, James and Maureen Wilson, of Owings Mills, allegedly conspired to defraud insurance companies by obtaining over 30 life insurance policies for applicants by mispresenting their health, wealth, and existing life insurance coverage. The total death benefits from these policies allegedly was approximately $20 million.
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North Carolina mother and son charged with insurance fraud

Officials with a North Carolina agency have accused a mother and son of falsely telling an insurance company that her car and truck had been struck multiple times by deer and other animals. A news release from state Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey on Thursday says Martha Jeffries Inman, 68, and...
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Gloucester County man charged with running $4M insurance fraud scheme

GLOUCESTER COUNTY, N.J. (KYW Newsradio) — Federal authorities have charged a Gloucester County man with allegedly running a $4 million insurance fraud scheme. The scheme was said to be concocted around the use of compound medications, which are specialty treatments such as vitamins or ointments mixed by a pharmacist to meet the needs of an individual patient.
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North Carolina Mother, Son, Accused of Insurance Fraud

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Officials with a North Carolina agency have accused a mother and son of falsely telling an insurance company that her car and truck had been struck multiple times by deer and other animals. A news release from state Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey on Thursday says Martha...
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Palm Beach County Residents Among Many Charged With COVID, Healthcare Fraud

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — More than 50 people — including doctors and nurses — have been charged with healthcare-related fraud in a barrage of prosecutions filed by the United States Department of Justice. The following is an advisory issued Friday afternoon by the […] The article Palm Beach County Residents Among Many Charged With COVID, Healthcare Fraud appeared first on BocaNewsNow.com.

Well-known lawyer planned his own murder and had someone shoot him so his son would get insurance money

According to the court documents, the famous lawyer is accused of orchestrating his own murder so that his son would get an insurance payout. A few months back, his wife and son were both killed on June 7. He denied having any involvement in their murders. Now, in the wake of half of his immediate family being killed, the lawyer reportedly conspired with an old client of his so that his surviving son would get the insurance money.
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Murdaugh charges reappear on SC Courts web index after brief removal

HAMPTON COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - The three charges Alex Murdaugh faces in connection with an alleged $10 million insurance fraud scam went missing temporarily from the state’s online court records portal but reappeared Friday afternoon. A State Judicial Branch Administration Office spokesperson explained the change as an administrative issue. Judicial...
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SC lawyer hired hitman to cash in on $10 million life insurance policy for family

South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh arranged for someone to kill him earlier this month. South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh hired a hitman to kill him and make it possible for his child to collect on a $10 million life insurance policy, according to authorities. The scam was an “attempt on...
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SC Lawyer Turns Himself In As Several Investigations Around His Family Heat Up

The South Carolina man whose wife and son were shot in unsolved killings in June is headed to court over an alleged botched suicide plot. Attorney Alex Murdaugh sat in a jail jumpsuit in handcuffs in a Hampton County courtroom and heard multiple charges against him including insurance fraud. Investigators say he recently planned his own shooting so that his son could collect a 10-million-dollar life insurance policy.
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Prominent South Carolina attorney turns himself in on charges connected to insurance fraud scheme

Alex Murdaugh, a prominent South Carolina lawyer accused of trying to arrange his own death earlier this month so his son would receive a $10 million life insurance payment, turned himself in to authorities on Thursday. Murdaugh allegedly hired a gunman to kill him, but the planned fatal shot only grazed his head, according to state police. Jim Griffin, Murdaugh’s attorney, said a warrant was issued for his arrest on a charge of conspiracy to commit insurance fraud. The State Law Enforcement Division said in a statement that the alleged shooter, Curtis Edward Smith, was charged with assisted suicide, insurance fraud and several other counts in the September 4 shooting of Murdaugh on a highway in Hampton County.
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