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Boss fined $8,500 for not insuring workers

Boss fined $8,500 for not insuring workers

| 23/03/2015 | 4 Comments

(CNS Business): A local employer has been fined $8,500 for failing to pay the necessary health insurance for a worker. Caytech Electronics and its owner, Marcelo Franca, admitted the infraction and pleaded guilty to not insuring the staff member and his family for almost two years. On 10 March Magistrate Angelyn Hernandez imposed the fine, […]

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Business fined for health insurance offences

Business fined for health insurance offences

| 09/02/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): A construction company owner fined by the courts for health insurance infractions did not have the option of avoiding appearing in the dock and paying an administrative fine, as allowed under amendments to the Health Insurance Law, because his offences occurred before the changes to the law were implemented.

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$1,000 fines for health insurance offences

$1,000 fines for health insurance offences

| 17/09/2014 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): Starting next month, the Health Insurance Commission will have the power to impose fines up to $1,000 for both employers and insurance companies for infractions of the health insurance law, though the accused person or company can still opt to take the matter to court instead of paying the fines and they will end up […]

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