Wednesday, January 23, 2019
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Workers Comp and Disabilities Fraud

Come on Down

To be successful at workers' compensation fraud, criminals must be experts in malingering – the act of faking a physical or psychological illness for personal gain. According to an article in The Week, a postal worker from North Carolina did a great job...

Fraud Bites

Dental hygienists have several occupational risks they must consider when going to work each day. There’s the possibility of contracting infections, exposure to radiation and anesthetic gases and even repetitive motion injuries. (Not to mention being bitten by unhappy patients.) A Lynwood, Washington woman...

Correction

The intention behind correction is to foster improvement. Teachers correct children’s homework to help them learn; parents correct children to influence good behavior; and, law enforcement officers correct offenders by imposing appropriate punishment such as community service, jail time, fines and restitution to rehabilitate...

Coloring Outside the Lines

Graphic designers create visual concepts using typography, colors, photos and other design techniques. Their job is to capture attention and communicate ideas through advertisements, brochures, magazines, websites or other digital or printed media. Today’s fraudster definitely captured the attention of the Ohio Bureau of...

Full of Surprises

Life can be full of surprises. A former corrections officer, who was deemed a contributing member of society, made a bad decision and surprised the judge who delivered his sentence for carrying out six figures worth of worker's compensation fraud. The 44-year-old man qualified for...

Used Fraud Salesman

Although it is a normal emotion, anxiety can cause people to experience some pretty unpleasant feelings. Reactions to fear and worry can be debilitating, sometimes impacting a person's ability to function normally in life. A story posted on TheIND.com describes how a Louisiana man's...

Hunting for Motivation

Hunting is a popular sport throughout the United States. It takes know-how, skill, and often, physical strength. Whether you hunt small or large game, your ability to set traps and operate the necessary equipment can make a difference between catching your prey or becoming...

Misclassified

When filling out official paperwork that is ultimately submitted to a government agency, it’s really important to get the facts straight. (Otherwise, the errors could come back to haunt you.) That’s the case for an Ohio mulch supplier who committed workers’ compensation fraud by...

Family Ties

In an ideal world, a functional family is supposed to be a positive and loving support system that sustains members through both easy and tough times, while offering wisdom and guidance that encourages sound decision-making. On the other hand, a dysfunctional family thinks they...

Little Fraud, Red Flag

While it may sound counterintuitive, money made while selling illicit drugs qualifies as "earned income" (no kidding) if you are receiving workers' compensation benefits. A report by The Citizen details a rather strange account of a New Yorker who, having already been convicted on...
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