Five men in Florida have recently been indicted on charges of workers’ compensation fraud after investigators linked them to a $100 million fraud scam.

According to the Property Casualty Insurers of Assocaition of America, The investigation began in 2002 when a stop-work order was issued to MiraLink Group, a Jacksonville leasing company, which is now non-operational. A statement from Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink, stated that MiraLink was using Regency Insurance of the West Indies, an unauthorized entity, to issue phony workers’ comp policies across the U.S.

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