Few people can destroy your finances faster than when they visit the home of Richard Denton, a former dentist who pleaded guilty to defrauding an insurance company of nearly $1 million, prosecutors said Monday. Dr. Richard R. Davis of Murfreesboro, Tenn., faces charges of running a program to defraud a health care program.
Schott stole $932,000 from the insurance company and was ordered to lose $1.2 million of his own money and $7,500 from his wife. The US attorney who is pursuing the case against Schott is representing only the individual victims who were defrauded by their insurance companies and had to pay out of their own pocket and are not entitled to repayment.
Victims can turn to attorney Kathryn Booth, who said Scott's case is being pursued by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Even after he refused the crowns, an employee made them without his permission and billed the cost on his credit card, he said. He wants to make amends with the help of a lawyer and hopes to compensate Schott for the burdens he has incurred as a result of his work.
Patton has called Scott's office nearly a dozen times, but he has been told the credit card company is to blame. After checking his balance five months after he paid, he was shocked to learn that he owed more than double what he expected.
Hebe was able to have the charges dismissed with the help of a local lawyer, but others were not so lucky. Moore filed a lawsuit in Rutherford County Circuit Court but was barred from the case by Judge Darrell Scarlett for filing his paperwork incorrectly.