Man sentenced for fraudulent health insurance claims

200 hours unpaid work & a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement order

John Brazier
clock • 2 min read
Man sentenced for fraudulent health insurance claims

Jason Bulley, 38, submitted 18 bogus claims through his employer’s health insurance scheme across three insurers

A man in Derbyshire has been sentenced to 200 hours of unpaid work, a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement order with the Probation Service to cover money management and debt control, and ordered to repay £170 in court costs for a series of fraudulent health insurance claims. Jason Bulley, 38, was found guilty of submitting bogus insurance claims for himself and his family, and orchestrated claims on behalf of his work colleagues for medical and dental treatments, totalling £8,624. Having signed...

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