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Blog Posts in January, 2016

  • Whistleblower Lawsuit: American Sleep Medicine to Resolve Medicare Fraud Case for $15M

    American Sleep Medicine LLC has agreed to pay a $15,301,341 settlement over claims that it wrongly billed the government for sleep diagnostic services that did not meet eligibility requirements for payment. Daniel Purnell is the one who filed the Florida whistleblower lawsuit under the False Claims Act. Purnell accused the defendant of submitting false claims to the Railroad Retirement Medicare ...
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  • 1.73 Million Trucks Recalled for Possible Airbag Defects

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) recalled 1.73 million trucks this month for defects that may cause airbags to go off for no reason. In over a million trucks, the steering wheel wiring harness may be to blame when it wears thin because of contact with a spring. This wear can cause driver-side airbag deployment. Two injuries have already occurred because of the defect, although FCA says it is not ...
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