Friday, August 12, 2022

Complex Situation

A typical workers’ compensation fraud case either involves a worker who fakes an injury to receive benefits, an employee who double dips by working another job while collecting benefits, or an employer who fails to pay insurance premiums. Today’s case involves a Vero Beach, Florida man...

The Wrong Determination

In the State of Florida, most businesses with four or more employees must carry a workers’ compensation policy. State laws determine whether a business needs coverage and which employees must be included on the policy. Today’s fraud article is about a Tallahassee, Florida business owner who...

Party Pooper

It all started with a stroke at age 40 and a thyroid cancer diagnosis. A North Philly mom vowed to give her son everything possible, because life is short. The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania mother spared no expense to give her only child a prom “send-off”...

Warning: Read the Warning

Warnings exist to provide protection. For example, there are warning labels printed on plastic bags to remind you to throw them away so children don’t accidentally put them over their heads and suffocate. There are warning signs in construction areas to make sure hard...

Dirty Business

California’s Labor Code states that employees in the state are employed at will, meaning that either the employer or the employee can terminate employment at any time without cause and without notice. (For employees that are desperate to keep their job, there are usually...

Diagnosis: Fraud

Listen to this Story Medical billers have to deal with a lot of numbers, so it's easy to understand how a few digits could become transposed. A few wrong numbers could report an incorrect diagnosis and as a result, cause...

Marching off to Prison

Listen to this Story Band directors require special skills to help their students prepare for a variety of performances including, but not limited to parades, half-time shows at football games and concerts. (They generally have a music degree, are...

Identity Fraud Epidemic

Identity fraud has reached epidemic proportions in South Florida. While the Federal Trade Commission reports that Florida had the highest rate of identity theft in the country in 2013 and 2014, Miami wins the award for having the most identity theft complaints in the...

What’s Behind the Motivation?

Many professional caregivers provide invaluable support to people with disabilities and illnesses that could not otherwise care for themselves. Generally, people who work in that field do so because of a desire to help others, in addition to pursuing a career and earning a...

Second Chances

Sometimes people make mistakes and are offered a chance at doing things right the second time around. (Everyone needs a ''do-over'' at some point in life, but not every action demands a ''do-over.'') An article published by The Orlando Sentinel tells about a Florida...
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