Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Sidelined

Not all professional athletes make millions of dollars. For those not in the top tiers of their sports, such as players in semiprofessional leagues, having a second job in the off-season is not unusual. Today's ''Fraud of the Day'' tells about an Oklahoma City...

False Representation

The Social Security Administration (SSA) pays Child's Insurance Benefits to a worker's child – whether a biological, adopted or dependent stepchild – if the worker is disabled or retired and qualifies for Social Security benefits. SSA typically designates a family member or a friend...

A Change of Mind

You've probably heard the expression: ''it's a woman's prerogative to change her mind.'' In today's Fraud of the Day from WTVA.com, a Mississippi woman changed her mind and made a decision to reverse her ''not guilty'' plea regarding her involvement in a...

It All Adds Up

New York state law requires employers to maintain Workers' Compensation insurance coverage for their employees. While receiving benefits, employees are also expected to tell the truth about their work activity, or lack thereof, to insurance carriers and the Workers' Compensation Board. (Sounds easy enough...

A CHP Off the Old Fraud

It's hard to imagine that someone who has seen a jail cell from the right side (the outside, that is), would risk doing something to land himself on the wrong side. So it's disheartening to hear about one California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer who...

Stuck in the Middle

A teacher's job can be difficult, yet rewarding at the same time. Teaching middle school can be particularly frustrating as educators not only have to teach more difficult subjects and concepts, but also help their pupils navigate adolescence. A story posted on NJ.com follows...
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