Minnesota Chiropractors Face New Charges In $20M Insurance Fraud Case

 Friday, August 18, 2017

 Star Tribune

More charges have been filed against several chiropractors accused of being involved with parallel fraud schemes that allegedly swindled insurance companies out of more than $20 million, the Minnesota Department of Commerce announced Thursday. A total of 26 people, including seven chiropractors, now face federal charges. Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman said in the news release that four defendants in the case, all Twin Cities chiropractors, face additional charges of mail fraud and wire fraud. They are Adam J. Burke of Minneapolis, Preston E. Forthun of Bloomington, Huy Ngoc Nguyen of Brooklyn Park and Angela A. Schulz of Chaska.
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