Thursday, December 14, 2017

White Collar Sophistication

The idea of the ''white collar job'' brings to mind a number of images? suits and ties, board meetings and business deals. How about fraud? Today's Fraud of the Day from The Press-Enterprise highlights how one father-son duo committed white collar crime over two...

Going on the Lam…How’d that Work Out?

If you're on the run for a crime, it is best not to taunt law enforcement officials. The website 10News.com reports that a San Diego woman, who was convicted for insurance and disability fraud, fled to Mexico to avoid sentencing. (Did she really...

Unfair Advantage

Listen to this Story When employers underreport the number of their employees, their workers' compensation insurance premiums cost less. As a consequence, numerous people are put at risk because they are not covered in the event of an...

How Low Can a Fraudster Go?

It's bad enough when a fraudster scams one benefit program, but it takes a pretty devious mind to scam multiple programs all at the same time. An article in The Washington Times reports on a Florida woman who received more than $300,000 in...

San Bernardino County DA Cracks Down on Workers’ Comp Insurance Fraud

It's just a fact of life for California business owners? they must carry the proper workers' compensation insurance to cover their workers in case of injury. Unfortunately, some businesses don't follow the rules. According to an article from the VVDailyPress.com, businesses in San Bernardino...

What a Nightmare

Children aren't the only ones that experience nightmares. Adults don't usually fear that monsters live under their bed, but occasionally stressful situations can cause a fitful night of sleep. An article posted on KUSI.com tells how a registered nurse claimed that a nightmare experience...
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