Warren Todd Hoeffner, a partner in Houston plaintiffs firm Hoeffner & Bilek, was named in a federal indictment that alleges he paid more than $3 million in “bribes and kickbacks” to two former claims adjusters for The Hartford Insurance Co. in connection with $34 million in settlements of Hoeffner’s silica-related suits.

Hoeffner and his co-defendants, Rachel Rossow and John Prestage, the former claims adjusters for The Hartford, each faces one count of conspiracy, one count of conspiracy to money launder, two counts of wire fraud, four counts of mail fraud and six counts of monetary transactions with criminally derived property.

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