As described in CPM’s complaint, a copy of which can be found here, Randall was part of a vast web of hospital operators, marketers, surgeons, chiropractors, and middlemen who systematically paid and received kickbacks to facilitate often unnecessary spine surgeries on workers comp patients. The defendants then overbilled insurance companies for the surgeries, making hundreds of millions in profits.
Although not discussed in the federal charges, the CPM complaint vividly describes a scheme in which the hospitals and surgeons also used counterfeit spinal hardware in surgeries, endangering patient health and allowing them to make even more money.
The case is being handled by CPM attorney Justin T. Berger.
Justin T. Berger is a Partner at Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, LLP, where he handles high-profile cases of corporate fraud, including representing whistleblowers in qui tam actions under the federal and California False Claims Acts ...