Excess Liability

Physician Pleads Guilty in $1.2 Billion Medicare Billing Fraud Scheme

Dr. Joseph DeCorso entered a guilty plea in New Jersey federal court on September 12, on charges he allegedly conspired to commit $13 million in Medicare fraud by prescribing medically unnecessary orthotic braces while working for two telemedicine firms between July 2017 and March 2019. He also agreed to pay $7 million in restitution to…

Rising Workplace Violence Threatens Employers and Employees Alike

The tragic deaths of five employees in a workplace mass shooting at the Henry Pratt Company in Aurora, Illinois, on February 15 this year and the shooting incident that took place at day labor company, Trojan Labor, in Washington, DC, just one day earlier, are solemn reminders of the very real threat posed by workplace…

California Utility Accused of Starting Deadly Camp Fire

Recent wildfires in California have resulted in a financial catastrophe that U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke estimated will cost billions of dollars. Now a lawsuit suggests that one of the state’s largest utilities may be responsible for starting the Camp Fire that killed 86 and displaced 50,000 from their homes in November because of a poorly…

How Much are your Clients Willing to Lose?

Each day stories arise of local building fires, small business owners being sued for $20 million, and trucking accidents.1 What may not be heard is that often times these individuals do not have the proper insurance to cover the entire accident or lawsuit. General Liability (GL), Business Auto, and Employers Liability policies most commonly have…