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A Modesto, Calif., chiropractor and two employees have been arrested on charges that they repeatedly billed for services that were unnecessary or never rendered, potentially costing insurers more than $10 million. From 1996 through 2004, California Department of Insurance investigators believe that chiropractor Wilmer Dorado Origel and his associates, Rebecca Marie Benedict and Robin Elaine Barney, conspired to over-bill workers’ compensation and auto insurance carriers for services never rendered, not medically necessary, and beyond the scope of their licensed authority to perform.

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