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Prosecutors Charge Man in Alleged $63K Comp Fraud Scheme

Monday, November 23, 2020 | 1500 | 0 | 105 min read

A Southern California man allegedly received more than $63,000 in fraudulent workers’ compensation benefits after lying to doctors about his condition, according to the Department of Insurance. Mark Redheffer, 48, of Fontana, was arraigned Thursday on felony counts of insurance fraud and attempted perjury, the department said in a news release. Redheffer, a former linesman apprentice for Southern California Edison, is accused of lying and withholding information in order to receive undeserved temporary disability benefits.  The department said it started investigating Redheffer&r...

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