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A Houston attorney and two former employees of The Hartford have been indicted for a conspiracy in which the lawyer allegedly paid millions in bribes to the insurer’s employees to obtain favorable settlements for his clients with silicosis claims.

Accused in a 14-count federal indictment in Houston that included charges of conspiracy, mail and wire fraud, and the laundering of millions of dollars were John Prestage and Rachel Rossow, who formerly worked at The Hartford, and attorney Warren Todd Hoeffner.

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