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  • News Icon Published November 26, 2019

    Southern California Surgeon Sentenced to 30 Months For Kickbacks Scheme

    Dr. Daniel Capen, a spinal surgeon in Huntington Beach, CA, was sentenced on Friday to 30 months in federal prison for conspiring to commit honest services fraud. He had received at least $5 million in kickbacks for performing surgeries at Pacific Hospital of Long Beach in a scheme coordinated by former Pacific Hospital owner Michael Drobot, and for referring patients for other medical services.

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  • News Icon Published November 15, 2019

    WCAB en banc Decision in Colamonico v. Secure Transportation Places Burden of Proof on Lien Claimant/Provider

    The WCAB has held en banc in Colamonico v. Secure Transportation that it is the lien claimant/provider’s (in this case a photocopy service) burden to prove that its services were both reasonable and necessary and that the defendant’s failure to cite reasonableness or necessity in its objection to a med-legal bill doesn’t act as waiver of those defenses at the time of the lien conference. 

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  • News Icon Published November 6, 2019

    Vocational School Owner Charged with Workers’ Compensation Fraud

    The owner of San Jose-based Advanced Vocational Institute (AVi), Rashad Said, has been charged with 11 felony counts involving workers’ comp fraud and kickbacks. Said, a former member of the San Jose Regional Workforce Development Board, is accused of illegally diverting over $650,000 in workers’ compensation insurance funds.

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