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All-Med Billing Corp. Indictment, U .S. V. Mabel Diaz, et al On May 22, 2007, a Miami government grand jury returned a 46-count indictment against eight defendants in USA v. Mabel Diaz, et al., No. 07-20398 – Cr-Ungaro. The indictment fees Mabel and Abner Diaz, wife and husband, with operating All-Med Billing Corp. , a Miami medical billing firm, and executing a scheme to post tens of millions of dollars in fraudulent promises to Medicare from 1998 to 2004 for reimbursement for durable medical products and related solutions.

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