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Family and friends of Jason Dalley say they know him as a concerned attorney who went the extra mile for his clients, a dedicated Little League coach and a devoted dad and husband. But Dalley wept in court Monday as he told a judge about another aspect of his life — how he allowed his  “passion for helping people to give way to greed.” Dalley was taken into custody in court in Fort Lauderdale after he was sentenced to one year and nine months in federal prison for his role in a massive $23 million auto insurance fraud case involving South Florida chiropractors’ clinics. He also owes more than $1.8 million in restitution. Dalley, 55, of Boca Raton, ran a personal injury and criminal defense law firm in Delray Beach until he pleaded guilty earlier this year to one count of conspiring to commit health care, mail and wire fraud. He gave up his license to practice law last month. “It started slowly and quickly spun out of control,” Dalley said of his involvement in the fraud. He admitted he was part of a group of corrupt clinic owners, chiropractors and attorneys who operated mostly in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties. The fraud raked in at least $23 million from 10 auto insurance companies between 2010 and 2017, according to court records....Read more
Sun-Sentinel | Wednesday April 18, 2018
Attorney owes $1.8Million for role in auto insurance fraud at chiropractor clinics