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Doctor Ordered to Federal Prison for Workers Compensation Fraud

Some people perceive taking money from government programs as allowable, because after all, they think they deserve it. But federal officials who build cases...

Workers’ Compensation Fraud Doesn’t Pay

Every once in a while, employees are injured on the job. Sometimes, the injuries result from a particular incident, such as a box in...

Fraud on the RISE

All fraudsters are greedy, but some have an unquenchable drive to steal. Look no further than the California chiropractor, Joserodel Zavala Candelario, who scammed...

An Integrated Approach to Fraud

A California Chiropractor and owner of R.I.S.E Medical Center (RISE Wellness) told patients that his company, which operated in Bonita and Oceanside, offered an...

Poorly Constructed Fraud Gets Razed

Gregorio Jose Fuentes-Zelaya and Dennis Alexander Barahona of Jacksonville, Fla., concocted a scheme that included payroll tax evasion and workers’ compensation fraud. They established phony...

From Soup to Workers Comp Fraud

Correction Officers have a tough job. They are responsible for keeping incarcerated individuals safe, whether in jail, at a work release or drug treatment...

A Couple of Fraud Birds

A Minnesota husband and wife have been sentenced for cheating their employees out of workers’ compensation insurance. Leroy and Joyce Mehr admitted in court...

Black Belt in Fraud

Workers’ Compensation programs are intended to aid those who have been injured on-the-job and are unable to return to work. This program provides financial...

A Fallen Fraudster

California resident Fernando Torres Garcia was recently arraigned at the Kern County Superior Court after surrendering in early October. Garcia faces nearly a dozen...

Fraud On-the-Job

Workers’ compensation benefits are meant to provide financial compensation to those who have been injured while on-the-job. Fraudsters often try to abuse this program...
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