Former South Jersey Therapist Sentenced to Prison for Submitting Fraudulent Bills for Services to Insurance Company
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Dorman's license was suspended by the
In pleading guilty, Dorman admitted that between
Dorman was also sentenced today to three years in state prison after pleading guilty on
The sentences for the separate cases will run concurrently.
Acting Insurance Fraud Prosecutor Chillemi noted that some important cases have started with anonymous tips. People who are concerned about insurance cheating and have information about a fraud can report it anonymously by calling the toll-free hotline at 1-877-55-FRAUD, or visiting the Web site at www.NJInsurancefraud.org. State regulations permit a reward to be paid to an eligible person who provides information that leads to an arrest, prosecution and conviction for insurance fraud.
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