BROOKLYN (CN) – Dr. John McGee claims State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. created “thousands of fraudulent documents” to cheat him of more than $1 million for medical services. McGee claims State Farm demands that its policyholders “undergo unnecessary medical examinations – referred to in the industry as IMEs … – in order to create fraudulent denials of reimbursement”. And he claims State Farm “secretly own(s) and control(s) fraudulently incorporated professional medical corporations … to generate referrals for medically unnecessary IMEs and to split fees for medical services”. See federal RICO complaint.
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