insurance fraud

Second in a series
Linda Solomon
Carolyn Shoulders
Thousands of Tennesseans are "protected" by industrial insurance accident policies with limitations so narrow that most owners probably will never get back any of the money they have paid companies. It's one of the reasons these policies bring tremendous profits to many of the nation's major insurers.
First in a Series
Carolyn Shoulders
Linda Solomon
The Tennessean's 1978 investigation of industrial policy insurance and the way it preys on the poor. An 8-part series and its impact.
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
Reaction to the Accident Swindlers series.
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
Reaction to Accident Swindlers series.
“‘Accident-Prone’ Hospital Cures Itself"
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
“‘No Fault’—an Answer to Accident Fraud”
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
“Accident Cheats Add to Hospital Image Problem”
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
“‘Swindlers’ Take Pains to Get Themselves Hospitalized”
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
“The Hypocritical Oath—and Doctors Who Lie by It"
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
“Doctors’ ‘Treatments’ Keep Fraud Alive”
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
see excerpt
“These Chiropractors Are Master Hands . . . at Juggling the Facts on Injuries"
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
see excerpt
“The Accident Mills—Clinics Processing Cheats by the Thousands"
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
see excerpt
“Our Own Phony Patient Is Hospitalized and Discovers the Hospital Is a Mirage"
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
Sun-Times sting on the Community Hospital of Evanston, where an insurance fraud scam was in operation.
“A Hospital for Greedy"
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
see excerpt
“Chasers Converge on Accident Scene”
Pamela Zekman
Gene Mustain
see excerpt
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