Senator Katrina Robinson Trial Moves Forward After 15 Acquittals

A Federal Judge Has Acquitted Tennessee State Senator Katrina Robinson Of Fifteen Out Of Her Twenty Charges. Robinson Is Facing Charges Of Embezzlement, Theft, And Fraud After Prosecutors Accused Her Of Mishandling Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars In Grant Funding.

Read more

End Of Federal Unemployment Raises Questions About Fraud, Joblessness

Federal Unemployment Benefits Ended Over The Holiday Weekend, Raising Questions About How The Payments’ Expiration Will Affect The Job Market And Whether Congress Will Renew The Benefits.

Read more

Unemployment Fraud Scrutinized Ahead Of Debate Over Renewing Federal Benefits

Republicans In The U.S. House And Senate Are Demanding A Federal Investigation Into Unemployment Benefits Money Lost To Fraudsters, Calling It The “Greatest Theft Of American Tax Dollars In Our Nation’s History.”

Read more

Where Does TN Rank Among States With The Worst Auto Fraud?

There Were Over 120,000 Reported Auto Fraud And Scam Cases In The U.S. In 2020. Drivers Who Are Unfortunate To Do Business With A Dishonest Mechanic Or Dealership Can Be Tricked Out Of Hundreds If Not Thousands Of Dollars. In Tennessee, Auto Fraud Complaints Are More Likely Than In The Typical State.

Read more

Reporting Suspected TennCare Fraud Just Got Easier

Tips from Tennesseans Result In More TennCare Fraud Investigations Than Any Other Method And Now It’s Easier Than Ever To Report Suspected TennCare Fraud To The Office Of Inspector General, Which Investigates Fraud Among Members Of The State’s Healthcare Insurance Program.

Read more

Investigation Indicates Fired Vaccine Director Sent Muzzle To Herself

A State Investigation Has Revealed That A Muzzle Sent To Former Tennessee Department Of Health Vaccine Director Dr. Michell Fiscus Was Paid For With Her Personal Credit Card.

Read more

TennCare Fraud Cases Again On The Rise After Recent Decline

The Number Of TennCare Fraud Cases For May And June Stand At 6 Cases Per Month, Which Match The Highest Number Of The Year So Far, Set In March.

Read more

Tennessee Hospice Company Sued for Medicare/Medicaid Fraud

The Federal Government Has Joined Tennessee In A Lawsuit Against Nashville-Based Avalon Hospice, The State’s Largest Hospice Company. The Suit Claims That The Company Filed False Medicare And Medicaid Claims For Patients Who Were Not Eligible For The Benefits.

Read more

TN’s Department of Commerce and Insurance Issue Warning About Social Isolation and Financial Exploitation

In Honor Of National Senior Fraud Awareness Day, The Tennessee Department Of Commerce & Insurance’s Securities Division Issued A Warning To Tennesseans About The Correlation Between Social Isolation And The Risk Of Financial Exploitation.

Read more