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A Kentucky resident who worked as a claim supervisor has been charged with three felony counts of insurance fraud after allegedly filing false insurance claims in the names of clients and using the money to pay closing costs and mortgage payments on his home.

According to a release from the Kentucky Department of Insurance, Lexington resident Kelly Lee Mora was working as an independent adjuster/claim supervisor for Tower Hill Claim Management. Between May and November 2006, he allegedly filed fraudulent insurance claims on behalf of others and used the money for his personal expenses.

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