Pennsylvania USPS contractor charged with failure to carry workers comp insurance for employees

AG_home_banner1From the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Insurance Fraud Section:

4/6/17 HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced the filing of criminal charges against 28 individuals following investigations by the Office of Attorney General’s Insurance Fraud Section.

The charges are part of a March sweep conducted by the Insurance Fraud Section, the largest law enforcement entity in Pennsylvania with authority to investigate and prosecute cases of insurance fraud. The total potential fraud involved in these unrelated cases is more than $1.1 million.

Eastern Region:

Samuel D. Carbo Jr., 58, of the 100 block of Highland Drive, Coatesville, Chester County, is charged with 1,190 counts of failure of employer to carry workman’s compensation insurance. An investigation confirmed that Carbo, who operated a trucking company based in Coatesville, Chester County, failed to maintain workers’ compensation insurance for his employees. Investigators reported that Carbo had multiple contracts with the U.S. Postal Service to transport mail.

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