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MultiCare Admits Fraud Committed By Its Employees

Anyone following this case knows the central allegations revolve around MultiCare Vice President of Revenue Cycle Jason Adams and other MultiCare employees endorsing the Washington State notary license application of Hunter Donaldson employee Rebecca Rohlke. These endorsements were a legal requirement for obtaining a notary license, and the MultiCare employees provided them despite knowing that Rohlke provided false information on her application. Particularly, Rohlke, a California resident, claimed she lived at a Gig Harbor address that actually belonged to Adams. Rohlke and Hunter Donaldson then used her fraudulently obtained notary license to file over five thousand medical service liens on MultiCare’s behalf, seeking to collect millions of dollars from the victims of sudden and traumatic injuries with these tainted and invalid liens.

Yesterday, Pfau Cochran Vertetis Amala’s fight to bring this scheme against Washington consumers to light has produced new revelations. In its formal response to discovery requests by Pfau Cochran, MultiCare admitted to falsifying information in order to get Rohlke a Washington State notary license:

REQUEST FOR ADMISSION 31: Admit that MultiCare employee, Jason L. Adams, endorsed defendant Rebecca Rohlke’s application for a Washington State Notary license.
RESPONSE: Admit that Mr. Adams endorsed Ms. Rohlke’s application for a Notary Public Appointment.
REQUEST FOR ADMISSION 32: Admit that MultiCare employee, Jason L. Adams, endorsed defendant Rebecca Rohlke’s application for a Washington State Notary license, knowing that she was not a resident of Washington State.
RESPONSE: Admit that Mr. Adams endorsed Ms. Rohlke’s application for a Notary Public Appointment knowing that she was not a Washington resident.
REQUEST FOR ADMISSION 33: Admit that MultiCare employee, Jason L. Adams; endorsed defendant Rebecca Rohlke’s application for a Washington State Notary license, knowing she was not a resident of his home at 3011 Wollochet Drive Northwest in Gig Harbor, Washington.
RESPONSE: Admit that Mr. Adams endorsed Ms. Rohlke’s application for a Notary Public Appointment knowing that she was not a resident’ at his home at 3011 Wollochet Drive Northwest in Gig Harbor, Washington.
REQUEST FOR ADMISSION 34: Admit that Koleen Kelley was MultiCare employee in January 2010.
RESPONSE: Admit
REQUEST FOR ADMISSION 35: Admit that Susan George was a MultiCare employee in January 2010.
RESPONSE: Admit
REQUEST FOR ADMISSION 36: Admit that MultiCare employee, Koleen Kelley, endorsed defendant Rebecca Rohlke’s application for a Washington State Notary license, knowing that she was not a resident of Washington State.
RESPONSE: Admit that Ms. Kelly endorsed Ms. Rohlke’s application for a Notary Public Appointment knowing that she was not a Washington resident.
REQUEST FOR ADMISSION 37: Admit that MultiCare employee, Susan George, endorsed defendant Rebecca Rohlke’s application for a Washington State Notary license, knowing that she was not a resident of Washington State.
RESPONSE: Admit that Ms. George endorsed Ms. Rohlke’s application for a Notary Public Appointment knowing that she was not a Washington resident.

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