90 to 180 Months for Pill Mill Doc’s Fraud & Death of Victim to Whom She Provided Narcotic Drugs In Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania v. Stephanie Tarapchak, J-S17021-20, No. 281 MDA 2018, Superior Court Of Pennsylvania (JUNE 23, 2020) Stephanie Tarapchak appealed  from the  judgment of sentence entered in the Court of Common Pleas of Lackawanna County (“trial court”), following her jury convictions for insurance fraud, theft by deception, corrupt organizations, perjury, endangering the welfare of…
The Reasons Behind the California Fair Claims Settlement Practices Regulations See the full video here https://youtu.be/7ELoCEAIldA In 1993 the state of California determined that the insurance industry needed to be regulated to stop insurers from treating the people insured badly and without good faith. It created a set of Regulations called the “California Fair Claims Settlement Practices Regulations” (the “Regulations) to enforce the mandate created by the California Fair Claims Settlement Practices statute, California Insurance…
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The Products Sold by Insurers are Promises See the full video at https://youtu.be/wx-BtQMCWZk The basic insurance product is a promise that the insurer may never be called upon to fulfill. The value of the promise is based on the trust of the policyholder in the insurer being able and willing to fulfill the promises made by the insurance policy. Gallup polls since 1977 have consistently ranked insurance sales persons among the lowest in terms of…
Swinger Shot by Unhappy Swinger Lies to Get Insurance Benefits and is Convicted of Fraud and Perjury John Alfonzo Smiley and Cynthia Biasi-Smiley were both charged with presenting a false and fraudulent insurance claim, insurance fraud, concealing an event affecting a person’s right to insurance benefits, two counts of attempted perjury, and presenting a false claim to a state board. A jury found both defendants guilty of the two attempted perjury counts and could not…