South Carolina Work Comp Consultant Follow Up
We had a few emails sent to us and one comment was left on what happened to the South Carolina Workers Comp consultant’s client in this post. In other words, if the consultant was convicted, did the client know and did he share in the responsibility?
Company head Roy Knight pleaded guilty to his role in the fraud and testified for the government against the South Carolina Work Comp consultant. To date, the company owner has not been sentenced.
Whenever Knight or Kohn is sentenced, it will hit the Workers Comp airwaves quickly. I will let you know the outcomes. They both should be sentenced in the next few months. The consultant was accused of helping the business shirk the agreement in the workers compensation policies to provide the premium auditor with true and correct payroll and various other figures.
Trying to artificially fix the numbers before a premium audit is never a good idea in most cases. We receive requests to do pre-audits often. J&L does not perform any type of audit that would cause a company to be accused of premium evasion or fraud.
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