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  • FBI Warning
    FBI Warning

    Scammers continue to take advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to steal money through a variety of means. The FBI is warning the health care industry in particular of an increased potential for ...

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  • Beware:  Scammers  & Coronavirus
    Beware: Scammers & Coronavirus

    It is our mission at Theodoros & Rooth to raise awareness to our many clients and friends with information about the current health crisis. As you know, we are in an unprecedented situation with the ...

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  • Let's stay in touch as we work through this trying time together
    Let's stay in touch as we work through this trying time together

    Everyone at Theodoros and Rooth is closely monitoring the quickly developing Corona Virus (Covid-19) pandemic. Based upon all available information, we have created a business continuity plan that ...

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  • Indiana Move Over Law –   20th Anniversary of Legislation
    Indiana Move Over Law – 20th Anniversary of Legislation

    Indiana’s Governor is reminding motorists to move over or slow down while passing emergency vehicles stopped alongside the road. The Indiana Department of Transportation says all workers on the road ...

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  • How to Know if You Need a Personal Injury Attorney
    How to Know if You Need a Personal Injury Attorney

    At Theodoros & Rooth we are proud that we have: A REPUTATION FOR CARING. A TRADITION OF RESULTS. These are not just advertising slogans. These phases represent our true and honest mission. Theodoros & ...

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  • A Former Aetna Medical Director Admits He Never Looked At Medical Records Before Denying Care
    A Former Aetna Medical Director Admits He Never Looked At Medical Records Before Denying Care

    You would think it would be safe to assume that your insurance company would review your medical records before denying coverage for a medical procedure. However, that may not always be the case. In a ...

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