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    The notorious Joey Buttafuoco, guilty of insurance claims fraud, statutory rape, and illegal possession of ammunition, now flaunts himself in a video on TikTok. 

    Joey Buttafuoco, the infamous, notorious adulterer who was charged with statutory rape in the early 1990s, and then thereafter in March of 2004 pleaded guilty to auto insurance fraud, has resurfaced with a girlfriend on TikTok decades after his teen lover, Amy Fisher, shot his wife in the face. Amy Fisher was dubbed the “Long... Read More
    Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE

    Settlement Unenforceable Because Insurer Lied to Plaintiff. Plaintiff entited to know all insurance available to Defendants.

    Pedro Fundora filed suit against Robert Dangond and Maria Guevara after sustaining injuries when Dangond struck Fundora with a vehicle owned by Guevara.  On appeal, Fundora argued that the trial court erred by granting Robert Dangond and Maria Guevara’s Motion to Enforce a Settlement Agreement. In Pedro Fundora , etc. v. Roberto Dangond, No. 3D22-1749,... Read More

    Matthew Rifat’s lawyer stated Rifat was charged and arrested for witness suppression because the prosecution was angry he was getting discovery from his civil case. Part Two.

    Part Two Over two decades ago, I came down with a serious illness that incapacitated me.  A couple of medical specialists could not come up with any diagnosis.  Thus, my private personal disability and critical illness insurance policy cut off my benefits.  I had an ongoing claim for only three months.  I had paid my... Read More

    Defense alleged the People used many maneuvers to avoid dismissal of the Providence Scheduling and USA Photocopy case on statute of limitations grounds. 

    The time during which prosecution of the same person for the same conduct is pending in a court of this state, is not part of a limitation of time prescribed… A limitation of time prescribed in this chapter does not commence to run until the discovery of an offense… This, above, is part of the... Read More

    How applicants’ attorney Dennis Fusi and six others walked out of Orange County criminal court dismissed and without punishment.  It was six pleading documents and five demurrers later. 

    Dennis Fusi will be used here as the example defendant whose case ran in parallel with a number of others.  His legal course of action was quite similar to all who followed this same pattern of demurrers chasing after the prosecution’s refilings. Dennis Fusi is an applicants’ attorney for workers’ compensation claims. The defense demurrer... Read More

    $50.5 million in grants awarded from the California Department of Insurance to 34 District Attorneys’ Offices to fight workers’ comp fraud for fiscal year 2023-2024

    $50.5 million in grants has been awarded from the California Department of Insurance to 34 district attorneys’ offices to fight workers’ compensation fraud across the state for this fiscal year 2023 to 2024.  As most know well, these funds come from the assessment charges on employers’ workers’ compensation policies, or else their self-insured plans.  The... Read More

    Marilyn Flynn, ex-USC dean embroiled in corruption with L.A. county supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, gets three years’ probation.

    Marilyn Flynn, the former dean of the school of social work at USC, was sentenced to three years of probation and 18 months of home arrest today. Her sentencing hearing was in downtown LA at the criminal court house, Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center. She was also ordered to pay $150,000. One of her... Read More
    Jon Woods, applicants' attorney

    Applicants’ attorney Jon Woods from jail:  “Insurance companies commit fraud.”

    In the minute Jon showed up and sat down behind the glass, I told him I merely stopped by to see how he was doing.  How he was holding up.  How he was coping being in jail. He’s been in jail since August 1, 2022, the day he was found guilty of 37 counts of... Read More
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