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    Four vocational counselors and two administrators of a vocational school have been charged with claims fraud for kick-backs on the $6,000 vouchers for workers’ compensation claimants in need of retraining.

    This case was filed in January of 2024, and was given little attention as described to me by an SIU investigator.  I believe it, as it blew by me until now. The first charges against each of the six defendants were for Penal Code section 550 (a)(1).   Three different charges in all were charged: ... Read More

    Edgardo and Edgar Cabrates, Owners of Commercial Cleaning Businesses in San Jose, Will Each Be Sentenced to 10 Years Probation for Four Million Dollar Workers’ Compensation Scam

    A father and son will face serious criminal sentences for committing felony workers’ compensation fraud. The two business owners, Edgardo Cabrates Sr. and Edgar Cabrates Jr., 62 and 37 years old, respectively, will be sentenced this week to probation for 10 years for their $4,000,000 scheme through their commercial cleaning businesses. Both men have completed... Read More

    Stars Bay Area Therapy Group owner, Mark Anthony Ramos, pleaded guilty to workers’ compensation premium fraud early this year.  He will be sentenced in August 2024 to three years in prison if he doesn’t pay his full restitution. 

    Mark Anthony Ramos provides pediatric therapy in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Now, for his workers’ compensation fraud, he will get three years in prison.  The Santa Clara District Attorney’s office made this announcement yesterday. Ramos’ sentence will be suspended and reduced to six months in county jail upon paying his restitution.  According to the... Read More

    Peyman Heidary copied Sim Hoffman, M.D. in filing a writ of mandate. He must have been a fly on the wall. Appeals court concluded Heidary was turning a blind eye while advancing his arguments.

    While Peyman Heidary got a prison sentence of 54 years; he was just sentenced recently in April 2024; Sim Hoffman, M.D. got not-guilty verdict pretty recently in 2022. Go figure… They were both master exploiters of the workers’ compensation claims system and in a similar manner. That is this writer’s view. Their cases were both... Read More

    Peyman Heidary started with twenty-five thousand dollars bail and went eventually to twelve million dollars bail. So, here’s more of– How It All Came About. 

    Peyman Heidary was arrested on July 23, 2014, but his original complaint was not written and completed until on or about July 25, 2014 by the Riverside County District Attorney’s office.  His trial didn’t happen until almost 10 years later, in January 2024.  Then, on April 12, 2024, he was sentenced to 54 years and... Read More

    How It All Came About – Defendants Pled Guilty, New Ones Came In. Then the largest sentence of its kind to Peyman Heidary.

    The largest sentence of its kind: 54 years and eight months in prison along with 23 million dollars in fines. This sentence was given to Peyman Heidary in Riverside County Superior Court on April 12th 2024.   The charges all involved workers’ compensation fraud, and were mostly charges for Penal Code § 550 (a) (6) plus... Read More

    How It All Came About — Peyman Heidary Case Had a Sizeable Growth Spurt from the Complaint of 2014 to the First Amended Complaint of 2015.

    Peyman Heidary got an enormous sentence in Riverside County Superior Court on April 12th 2024.  That sentence presents itself as likely the largest of its kind.  For workers’ compensation  claims fraud involving mostly Penal Code § 550 (a) (6), conspiracy, and money laundering, Peyman Heidary was handed 54 years and eight months in prison along... Read More

    How It All Came About — Peyman Heidary Getting Sentenced to Over 54 Years in Prison. Part Two.

    Peyman Heidary’s criminal case started as a complaint filed by the Riverside County District Attorney on July 25th 2014. This was the first pleading document filed on Heidary what finally would get replaced by an Indictment on May 16th 2016 and would mushroom into a sentence of 54 years and eight months in prison along... Read More
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