Sunday, April 5, 2020

Colliding with the Law

Collisions can be messy. Whether a car accident sets off a chain of events or two people run into each other while carrying their coffee cups, someone has to clean up the aftermath. A story published in The News & Advance tells about what...

Paper Pusher

Paper pushers are generally referred to in a derogatory manner because their job requires a lot of repetitive and monotonous work. (Some fraudsters excel at being paper pushers and can make a lot of money by repeatedly filling out fraudulent insurance claim forms, resulting...

Unemployment Insurance Program under Scrutiny for Three Years – Finally Cracks Down

How did it take an unemployment insurance program that has been under scrutiny for the last three years until now to finally crack down on fraud by 130 city workers in Washington, D.C.? We may not know why, but according to The Washington Post,...

Fraud Conductor

In 2016, Medicaid paid out $26 million for individuals who were deceased, just in one state alone. The federal-state insurance program, which serves the nation 's most underprivileged citizens, has similar problems in other states as well. A Texas physician jumped on the fraud...

The Trouble with False Claims

Lying is not always illegal, but the act does carry some serious consequences if it is related to a federal crime. (For instance, it would be best not to tell a lie while under oath with a police officer or a judge.)...

Stopped Dead in His Tracks

Death is often used in popular metaphors such as, ''stopped dead in his tracks,'' or ''scared to death.'? With such a negative connotation, implanting ''death'' into a scenario can leave any situation a little less lively, pun intended. But what happens when you mix...

Cash Advance

When people face problems with their cash flow or need money fast, a cash advance can be an ideal solution. Cash advances can be obtained legally through banks, ATM machines and credit cards for a fee and a sizable interest rate between 20-25 percent...

Self-directed Fraud

When an on-the-job injury occurs that warrants workers’ compensation benefits, the injured worker is required to visit a licensed physical therapist or chiropractor, who is under the direction of a medical doctor, to participate in a rehabilitation plan that will get them back to...

Everything is Bigger in Texas

So they say “everything is bigger in Texas,” but did you know that: Texas' total area is twice the size of Germany. If Texas was its own country, it would have the 13th highest GDP in the world. The King Ranch in Texas is...

Pulling a Fast One

Listen to this Story Many foreign workers come to the United States through the H1-B visa program, which allows businesses to sponsor qualified workers from other countries who can provide specialized expertise in a particular area such as accounting, computer...
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