Practicing Medicine Without A License in California

Practicing medicine without a license in California is illegal and can subject an offender to both criminal and civil liability1. Definition of Unauthorized Practice Of Medicine If you do not hold a California medical license but represent as a licensed physician, you can be prosecuted under business and profession code 20522. The unauthorized practice of…

What Happens After An Arrest On Auto Insurance Fraud Charges?

Automobile insurance fraud can be committed under 3 distinct California laws: Penal Code 548 – Abandoning An Auto Penal Code 549 – Referring or Soliciting Auto Insurance Fraud Business Penal Code 550 – Fraudulent Claims Automobile insurance fraud can be committed by policyholders or the insured as well as by healthcare providers, auto shop owners,…

California Unemployment Insurance Fraud Laws

Unemployment insurance fraud occurs when an individual provides false information, deliberately conceals material facts or provides false identification designed to obtain or to increase benefits, or to deny any benefit to an otherwise eligible employee. Below our unemployment insurance fraud defense attorneys explain the details of this law for unemployment insurance fraud1. Explanation Of Unemployment…

What Is Workers Compensation Fraud Under California Law?

Workers compensation fraud is a scheme to defraud insurance companies regarding workers compensation benefits. Defrauding the system can be perpetrated by the worker, employer or health care provider and involve: Falsifying documents, State various falsehoods, or Fabricate injuries in order to collect payments or benefits. What is Workers Compensation Fraud? Workers’ compensation is a system…

California Money Laundering Laws Explained | Penal Code 186.10 PC

“Money laundering” describes financial transactions made to further criminal activity or to process funds gained through criminal activity. Money laundering might be used as a way to hide money gained unlawfully. How Does The Prosecutor Prove Money Laundering? To prove money laundering has occurred under section 186.10 of the Penal Code, the prosecutor has to…