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Knox Ricksen Wins Third Anti-SLAPP Case

By Greg Jones (Deputy Editor)

Monday, December 21, 2015 | 2777 | 0 | 2 min read

The Knox Ricksen law firm is three-for-three this year in defeating malicious prosecution and similar claims it faced for bringing civil complaints against people accused of defrauding workers' compensation carriers. A Southern California judge on Dec. 14 ruled that a lawsuit filed by a chiropractor who accused the firm of extortion was a Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation. The decision comes on the heels of two other rulings citing California's anti-SLAPP laws in dismissing a pair of complaints Michael D. Drobot filed accusing the firm and others of malicious prosecution....

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David Stein Nov 3, 2016 07:58 AM

Knox Ricksen is who Zenith hired to do some hacking. Hoping the courts make better decisions in 2016. http://www.insurancefraud.org/IFNS-detail.htm?key=20580#.Vne1G4-cFAk

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Anne Bazel Nov 3, 2016 07:58 AM

Knox Ricksen is an overly aggressive firm trying to use every illegal and malicious tactics trying to scare physicians in collecting their legitimate liens in attempt to impress their insurance clients...and getting away with it.

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Kurt Hoffman Nov 3, 2016 07:58 AM

That's not how I see it. Knox Ricksen, et al. is not fabulous.

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Joseph Yrulegui Nov 3, 2016 07:58 AM

Spell EQUALIZER correct and maybe your comment will have more credibility.

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Christopher Lear Nov 3, 2016 07:58 AM

Perhaps you should spell "Anon" correctly and not cut it short. Oh wait! I see. It's a moniker and not the actual spelling of the word!! Whatever happened to the lawsuit against Knox Ricksen accusing them of hacking into a legal referral (aka capping) operation?

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