Did Hell Freeze? New Times Gets Shout-Out From State Agency
|Watch out, the government is paying attention.|
But a recent issue of The PIP Source -- an unabashedly geeky newsletter put out by
You might want to check out this article, written by
Lisa Rab and published by the Miami New Times, called Crash Course: 411-Pain Network will line their pockets with your insurance money. It details the workings of an attorney referral service operated bya chiropractor in South Florida. Here is a quote from the article regarding the commercial with the actor portraying a police officer - "The commercial's message is simple. It tempts viewers with $10,000 but never explains that the doctors and lawyers, not the patient,will get the money." It is an informative article, including the following information - "In the past dozen years, the company has spent more than $13.2 million on advertising, according to court documents. More than 250,000 people"like" 411-PAIN's Facebook page." Take some time to read it.
Still, it's good to know a government agency is taking an interest in 411-PAIN. Perhaps the Division of Insurance Fraud will bring us some more headlines about the company soon.
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