A former Managing General Agent for the Clarendon Insurance Group and business associate of Stirling Cooke who claims that a criminal indictment left him too depressed to work is suing an insurer for stopping his disability payments. David R. Sanz, 39, claims that he is still incapacitated even though he was acquitted of racketeering, grant theft and fraud by a jury in Florida more than two years ago.
Articles Fraud Insurance Stirling Cooke USAMay 31, 2001
Indictment left Clarendon MGA ‘too depressed’ to work
22 years ago
TopicsFraud Insurance USA
KeywordsClarendon Insurance Group David Sanz Florida Employers Safety Association Self-Insurers Fund Gulf Atlantic Management Group Stirling Cooke