Attorney General Morrisey Partnership Nets $800K in Disability Fraud Savings Amid COVID-19 Shutdowns

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s disability fraud partnership generated more than $800,000 in savings during the most recent quarter, despite coronavirus shutdowns that impacted investigations throughout the state.

   The partnership generated $812,072 in projected savings for state and . . .

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