This is another example of fact taken OUT OF CONTEXT. There is such a thing as MEDICAL FRAUD. Example: Someone gets in a wreck and claims they were severely injured so they can sue and get lots of money. This HURTS hospitals and insurance companies. If, however, you prove that it is a fraud, you […]
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Unfortunately my fiance’s father passed away in April and there was a life insurance policy she was unaware that her and her mother were listed as the sole beneficiaries on the policy. He fathers ex business partner know about the policy and arranged a meeting saying they were entitled to some money from this insurance […]
I need some legal advice. The neighborhood I live in is high on crime. On a monday morning my brother woke me?
what to do when you made a fraud in a car acident that you wasn't there and everybody is asking for money back?
My Ex left the states, took our son with, and has now divorced me via a court in Germany. Apperantly this was completed 2 years ago. During the duration, she lied there were proceedings taking place abroad. While seperated, I provided insurance and benifits. I have spent thousands for court proceedings here in the states […]
My husband pays a good amount in child support and is required to provide health insurance for his son that lives in California. Since my husband can only get insurance for himself through his company, he pays for our families independent health insurance. My name is on as the policy holder. I switched health insurance […]
I believe that some hospitals and clinics change paper records to charge more to insurance companies and government agencies. With an EMR system, I suspect that this type of fraud would be reduced. In addition, the efficiency would be increased. Will the systems be 6% more efficient? Will fraud be reduced? Are there other side […]
What happens legally (estate, insurance) if a person presumed dead turns out to be alive (assuming no fraud)?
I’ve always been curious what would happen to someone that was, for example, a prisoner of war or marooned or otherwise assumed to be dead who then reappears a few years later. Would they be entitled to have any property of theirs that was willed to others returned to them? Would a life insurance company […]