Final Disposition for Jose Acosta-Quintero

Final disposition announced for Jose Acosta-QuinteroApril 28, 2017. Command Investigations, Next Level Administrators (NLA) and SUNZ Insurance Company (SUNZ) announce Jose Acosta-Quintero’s final disposition for insurance fraud.

Acosta-Quintero was sentenced to 30 months of probation, 75 hours of community service and ordered to pay $878.94 in enforceable restitution.

Command began an investigation into Acosta-Quintero after he suffered an alleged work-related injury. During the investigation, Command’s Claims Data Verification Program™ (CDVP™) concluded that Acosta-Quintero provided a suspect Social Security Number to secure workers’ compensation benefits.

Then, as required under Florida Statutes 626.9891 and 440.105, Command’s SIU Department submitted a referral to the Florida Department of Financial Services (DFS), Division of Insurance Fraud (DIF) based on material misrepresentation.

Acosta-Quintero was arrested on December 19, 2016 in Orange County, Florida and charged with the following:

  • Criminal Use of Personal Identification Information
  • Workers’ Compensation Fraud. S. 440.105 – False Statements in Support of Claim
  • Workers’ Compensation Fraud. F.S. 440.105 – False Identity in Support of Claim
  • Grand Theft

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