“Blind faith can end up costing you.”
There might be an audience somewhere that readily accepts the notion that workers’ compensation fraud occurs only in rare and isolated circumstances across the United States.
Louisiana House Bill 372 recently gained approval in the state House of Representatives, and with relative ease. The would-be legislation that focuses on cutting auto insurance premiums for state drivers essentially sailed through the chamber on a 69-30 tally. Next stop: the Louisiana Senate.
It’s not immediately clear what term might be most apt to describe the criminal caper spotlighted below in today’s blog post.
Louisiana has some of the most expensive auto insurance rates in the country, and we can’t even blame icy roads or snow.