False Asbestos Claims in Libby MT Come to Light

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At least 400 people have died over the years in Libby, MT due to asbestos poisoning however false claims stating others were victims of asbestos poisoning (when they in fact were not) have come to the forefront. Read the full article below to learn more.

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MISSOULA, Mont. — (AP) —”A federal jury ruled Wednesday that a health clinic in a Montana town where hundreds of people have died from asbestos exposure submitted 337 false asbestos claims that made patients eligible for Medicare and other benefits they shouldn’t have received.

The seven-person jury said that the fraudulent claims caused more than $1 million in damage to the government.

The case focused on the Center for Asbestos Related Disease in Libby, Montana. BNSF Railway filed a lawsuit against the clinic under the federal False Claims Act in 2019.”

You can read the rest of the story here. By MATTHEW BROWN and AMY BETH HANSON WSB-TV

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