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    Bakersfield Woman Charged with Multiple Fraud Claims

      February 12, 2007
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      WorkInjury.com, Insurance Journal
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    Shawn Dodd, a Bakersfield businesswoman, and two accomplices, have been arrested on a laundry list of charges stemming from a variety of alleged fraud.

    The charges include multiple felony counts of insurance fraud, workers' compensation insurance premium fraud, tax evasion, money laundering, and conspiracy to obtain property under false pretenses.

    Her husband and mother also face one felony count each for conspiracy to obtain property under false pretenses.

    Not only is Dodd alleged to have submitted fraudulent billing claims regarding 7 of her business entities (including medical/chiropractic corporations), she is also charged with filing her own fraudulent comp. claims.

    It is alleged she received over $248,000 during calendar year 2003 alone in fraudulent claims.

    The Kern County District Attorney's Office is prosecuting the case. If convicted, Dodd faces more than 11 years in state prison plus fines.

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