Washington Post article on Claim Sharks

Washington Post - 6/11/2024

"Inspector General Michael Missal’s office, meanwhile, is interviewing witnesses and issuing subpoenas for records in its investigation. That has attracted the interest of senior officials at the Justice Department, according to a person familiar with the probe, which is looking at possible false statements, false medical records and wire fraud. "We are aware of and continue to investigate these schemes,” Missal said in a statement.

VA officials note that if a claim is discovered to be fraudulent, it’s likely to be the veteran — not the company — who will be held liable because its fingerprints are so hard to trace."

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