Recently three employees of Kentucky Employers’ Mutual Insurance were each charged with one felony count of insurance fraud. The trio allegedly filed inaccurate payroll data with a workers’ compensation insurance carrier, resulting in an underpayment of more than $268,000 in premiums.

According to the Kentucky Office of Insurance, Daniel English of Fisherville, and Thomas English and Beth Ann McGill of Crestwood also formed a second company, placed the majority of workers on that payroll, and did not purchase workers’ compensation insurance. When an injury occurred, the hurt worker allegedly was moved within a few days to the payroll of the entity with insurance, and a workers’ compensation claim was filed.

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