Hang tight on this one...I've got some "power rangers" running the numbers. I think Freeh may have royally fucked up here in an attempt to exploit the Thonn claim. If he did this is a pretty foolish mistake and it would suggest he has little idea of how claims are acquired and processed. Stay Tuned.
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The Freeh claw back amount is wrong. The settlement only allows reimbursement of 2% of the calculated damage( excluding RTP). See sec: 18.104.22.168
To imply Coastal Claims Group actually received $20 K from the settlement compared to invoicing the firm for the work they provided is incorrect. In order to receive(reimbursement)of the accounting fees the settlement requires an invoice that's broken down by the hour listing supervision review or preparation.
The only way the firm could receive 20K in accounting reimbursement is if the calculated loss was One million dollars.
Something doesn't smell right.
See if you can locate the Thonn offer line 3 will confirm the accounting reimbursement amount.