February 5, 2016. Command Investigations, SUNZ Insurance and North American Risk Services (NARS) announce the conviction of Alejandro Mena for insurance fraud.
Alejandro Mena was convicted of insurance fraud on February 1, 2016 and was sentenced to 60 months of probation and ordered to pay $12,696.39 in enforceable restitution.
A referral was submitted to the Florida Division of Insurance Fraud (DIF) as statutorily required based on the evidence collected during Command’s Claims Data Verification Program. During the investigation, it was determined that Mena fraudulently utilized a social security number to gain employment and secure workers’ compensation benefits. The social security number provided had been issued to another individual in Florida in 1997.
Subsequently, DIF issued an arrest warrant, and on June 16, 2015, in Palm Beach County, Florida, Alejandro Mena was arrested for insurance fraud, violating F.S. 440.105(4)(9)(b) – Use False ID for WC Claim Less than 20K Dollars.
Ultimately, Mena was convicted of 440.105(4)(B)(9) – Presenting False Information of Identity.
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