Fraud Case Files
Real-life health care fraud cases in Michigan
A Southfield social worker uses seniors' insurance information to submit phony claims.
A northern Michigan physician illegally prescribes painkillers to patients.
A man copies a coworker's insurance information to fill prescriptions for a dangerous and addictive painkiller.
A chiropractor prescribes more than $1.5 million worth of medically unnecessary back braces to senior citizens.
Read about these and other true stories from our fraud case files below.
- Corporate and Financial Investigations determines truth and consequences
- The self-prescribing dentist
- Popular con job targets unemployment benefits
- Social worker massages the truth to make money
- A bitter pill: Pharmacy owner punished for repackaging and reselling drugs
- Southeast Michigan doctor pleads guilty to writing fraudulent prescriptions
- Fraud charges stick on Band-Aid scam
- The pain of addiction
- Warren doctor pleads guilty to fraud scheme
- Chiropractor found guilty of fraud — services for his children were never rendered