Saturday, November 17, 2018

A Few Bad Apples

Most state employees are honest, hard-working people who go to work every day with the intention of doing their jobs to the best of their ability in service to the state and its taxpayers. And then...there are a few bad apples? those who misuse...

Swimming in Fraud

Many people who commit workers' compensation fraud probably dream about what they will do with all of the money they will illegally collect by working while claiming to be injured. (Visions of luxury vehicles, shopping sprees and vacations abound for sure.) A swimming pool...

Oh, the Humanity!

Have you ever experienced the blood-boiling irritation induced by people who refuse to own up to their wrongdoings, even after they've been caught red-handed? Take the recent case of a 29-year-old Ohio man, who, after a three-year stint illegally collecting food stamps, blamed his...

National Trending

It takes effort to stay trendy. You can't walk around in the coolest clothes, drive the hippest car and sing lyrics to the most popular songs without good research. That being said, you may have one question, ''Does the same effort apply to staying...

The Downside of Not Thinking Straight

Drugs can turn anyone into a monster, and when you compound a narcotics addiction with existing mental health problems, it's advisable to be prepared for the worst. The Fairborn Daily Herald walks readers through a pair of drug-addled Ohio residents' descent into a life...

Cash Machine

Have you ever dreamed of being inside of a cash machine with the opportunity to grab at hundreds or even thousands of dollars swirling around in a money tornado? An article posted on WJLA.com tells about how a husband and wife used student loans...

Gutter Ball

Bowling requires finesse. If a ball is not released at the appropriate angle and speed, it could spiral off to the side and into the gutter, leaving the bowler embarrassed and without any points. You could say that a man who tried to scam...

True Accusations

It is frustrating to be accused of something you didn't do. But, it's another thing if the deed was actually committed. An article published on WDTN.com covers the case of an Ohio man, who was accused of deceiving the government by collecting workers' compensation...

Making Stuff Up

There are a bunch of ways that people can commit workers' compensation. Workers can fake an injury, claim an injury occurred on-the-job when it occurred somewhere else, or receive wages from another job while claiming they were unable to return to work. Our fraudster...

Well-earned Punishment

Usually, most people like to be rewarded for their efforts with a pat on the back or a sentiment such as ''good job.'' Three people at the center of today's ''Fraud of the Day'' accomplished stealing $3 million from Medicaid and as a result,...
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