A recent Forbes article on a distinct challenge to insurers from the medical realm underscores that the industry “is susceptible to a range of fraud that can cause financial harm and drive up costs in the system.”
Insurance fraud is sometimes relatively confined.
Talk about differing interpretations.
Insurance fraud is still a rampant problem, as indicated by the arrest of four Crowley residents who staged an auto accident in Acadia Parish. The Louisiana State Police, working out of the Lafayette field office, are still looking for two more people they believe were involved in the fraudulent scheme.
Workers’ compensation claims and processes relevant to employees’ on-the-job injuries in Louisiana or elsewhere across the United States are complex and sometimes fraught with legal peril for employers.