The owner of Angel M.E. Construction Corp. is accused of concealing more than $2 million in labor costs that he collected from other contractors, the Florida Department of Financial Services reported. Credit: HappyLensesi/Adobe Stock The owner of Angel M.E. Construction Corp. is accused of concealing more than $2 million in labor costs that he collected from other contractors, the Florida Department of Financial Services reported. Credit: HappyLensesi/Adobe Stock

A Miami-Dade contractor was arrested on Jan. 23, 2024, for workers’ compensation premium fraud and grand theft, both felony charges, for allegedly underreporting payroll as part of a premium avoidance scheme, according to the Florida Department of Financial Services.

Angel Santos Tzunun, owner of Angel M.E. Construction Corp., is accused of concealing more than $2 million in labor costs that he collected from other contractors, the financial services department reported. By doing so, Tzunun avoided more than $100,000 in workers’ comp premiums for coverage from two separate policies.


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