Healthy, Wealthy and Fraudulent

Doctors and patients are in on scams that could bust Clinton's health budget

Sometimes you have to be sick to become a millionaire. Relying on little more than their own fertile imaginations, Mordo and Jacqueline Danyali of Hollywood conjured up three bogus companies. Using the names of real and fictitious doctors, the couple allegedly proceeded over a period of more than two years to file 1,500 fraudulent health claims with more than 100 insurance companies. The police caught up with them in March. By then, according to the federal case against them, the Danyalis had already netted $1.4 million.

Everyone can get into the fraud game. Doctors and lawyers often work in tandem to...

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