Three Southern California business owners and an accountant were sentenced this week for roles in workers' compensation fraud schemes that cost insurers roughly $9 million in premiums, the California Department of Insurance announced Wednesday. On Tuesday, the co-owner of an Irvine janitorial company pleaded guilty after reaching an agreement with prosecutors that will require him to spend eight years in state prison and pay $5.3 million in restitution. Hyok Kwon and his wife, Woo, were charged with running a premium fraud and tax-evasion scheme for nearly a decade, the San...
Eric Schmutz Mar 16, 2017 10:22 AM
Why is there no investigation into Agricultural Computerized Technology in Oxnard? It seems that farm contractor is always changing supposed PEOs which never exist when attempting to verify insurance coverage!