Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Working the System

Because chiropractors typically emphasize ongoing treatment for neuromusculoskeletal disorders, there are concerns in the workers’ compensation field that patients may not be discharged if long-term relief is not achieved. In some state workers’ compensation systems, chiropractic treatment parameters are often limited because of this....

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...

Should Have Known Better

Sometimes, people are oblivious that they are doing something wrong. Then, there are folks who know what they are doing is wrong, and continue to do it anyway. The latter is the case for an Ohio woman and her son who ran two home...

Better to Be Safe than Sorry

A workers' compensation policy is one of the most important policies a business must maintain. Because accidents are inevitable despite the enforcement of safety procedures, it is important for employers to maintain a workers' compensation policy so employees are protected if injured while on-the-job....

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...

Taking the Government for a Ride

Workers' compensation is a wonderful benefit for workers who are injured or become ill because of their job. If qualified to get the government benefits, workers receive weekly compensation and medical care paid for by the employer's insurance carrier as directed by the state's...

Here’s a Tip

Tips are great because they help us to make better choices, save time, and keep us out of trouble. An Ohio prison guard must not have read the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) guide that explains, ''once you return to work, temporary total...

Who Can You Trust?

If you can't trust your family, who can you trust? Sadly, many fraudsters use family members, either deceased or living, to commit fraud. Today's ''Fraud of the Day'' covers three defendants in two separate cases who victimized their family members for personal gain. The first...

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,...

Fraud Prosecuting Machine

Medicaid fraud was running rampant until a federal task force was formed in 2008 to stop fraud within the government health care program. Fortunately, it didn't take long for the task force to get up to speed and now criminals who once found it...
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