Texas Mutual Announces Three Fraud Indictments
The three cases involved an insurance scam that investigators call double-dipping. Double-dipping occurs when claimants collect benefits for being too injured to work when they are, in fact, gainfully employed.
The individuals who were indicted and the amount of income benefits they allegedly collected are: Barry Davis of San Antonio, $5,969; Pamela McCoy of Splendora, $14,040; and Michael Burnett of Graham, $7,104.
Texas Mutual Insurance Company is the state’s leading provider of workers’ comp insurance. These cases are part of the company’s zero tolerance for fraud policy.
Note: A grand jury indictment is a formal accusation - not a conviction - of criminal conduct.