Sunday, December 16, 2018
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Workers Comp and Disabilities Fraud

Hobbies and Fraud

Everyone has at least one hobby they are particularly fond of. Whether you enjoy attending film festivals, playing sports or lounging on your boat, there's something out there to engage everyone. According to The Kansas City Star, one Missouri man found his hobbies to...

Pesky Fraudsters

There are lots of pesky things that are bothersome such as ants who invade your kitchen counters and termites who silently eat away at your home's foundation. Fortunately, there are chemical solutions to both of these problems—any local exterminator can put an end to...

Lying on the Job

Properly reporting how many people your company employs and how much money you paid them is a critical component of legally operating a business in the United States. If your business involves manual labor, these figures are important not only for assessing your tax...

Kneading Dough vs. Needing Dough

Listen to this Story In order to make pizza dough, rolls or any type of bread in general, you must know how to knead or work the dough so that all of the ingredients get mixed in a uniform...

Lies and Omissions

Omission can be a mistake resulting from neglect or lack of proper attention. Or it can be deliberate (which makes it another form of lying.) A press release from the Social Security Administration (SSA) Office of the Inspector General tells about a woman whose...

Keep Your Mouth Shut

Listen to this Story Overconfidence can sometimes result in boasting. (Fraudsters sometimes just can't help themselves when it comes to bragging about their crime.) An article posted on StarTribune.com reveals the story of how a prideful restaurant owner's exaggerated...

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...

Endangering Justice

A former California Highway Patrol officer who injured his back while on duty has pleaded no contest to felony workers’ compensation insurance fraud. Brian Christopher Hansen was sentenced to 180 days in Sacramento County Jail and five years formal probation.

Held Captive

Listen to this Story Fraud is dangerous business and can be life-threatening. (Even though it's extremely inconvenient to have your identity stolen or to see your hard earned tax dollars stolen by criminals through a variety of scams, we...

Dust Bunnies

Business owners in the state of Ohio are required to purchase workers’ compensation insurance from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC). Today’s fraud case involves the owner of a Northwest Ohio cleaning business who let her company’s workers’ compensation insurance coverage lapse. Instead...
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