Friday, December 15, 2017
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Workers Comp and Disabilities Fraud

Golfing, Fishing and Defrauding

Every once in a while life throws us a curve ball – some people lose jobs, loved ones or their homes. For others, that unexpected life event is the onset of a disability that impairs the individual from working. In those circumstances,...

NJ Family Indicted Following ”Operation Labor Day” Unemployment Fraud Investigation

Sometimes fraudsters cook up elaborate schemes to defraud the government. In other cases, like the one in today's fraud from News-JournalOnline.com, the approach is pretty simple? the fraudster just didn't tell the government that she was no longer eligible to receive benefits and that's...

Contractor Gets Prison for Workers’ Comp Fraud

Remember when you were a kid and you were rough-housing with friends? Your mom would probably tell you to calm down, and you probably protested saying that no one was going to get hurt. Your mom might have responded with something like? ''Oh sure...it's...

Family Frauds Together for 31-Years

Guess the saying ''the apple doesn't fall far from the tree'' aptly applies to one Seattle family. A report by the Office of Inspector General at the U.S. Social Security Administration outlines the crimes of a family of four that have been claiming disability...

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...

When the Blind Can See

There's a lot of ways to make a million dollars, and a lot of ways to steal it. For those inclined to steal, you have a number of options in New Jersey; for example, you could hold up a bank and risk many years...

Seattle Couple Guilty of Long-Running Social Security Fraud Scheme

According to story from The Seattle Times, this fraudster has been cheating the system since he was a child. Anthony Fisher plead guilty with his wife for cheating the state out of more than a quarter million dollars in Social Security fraud. ...
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