Sunday, September 19, 2021

Paying Respects – Not

When a loved one who collects government benefits dies, the right thing to do is to notify the office that administers the program. (In fact, it’s required.) That’s not to say program administrators won’t be sympathetic to your grief, but even sympathy has its...

Paperwork Troubles

New York state’s Workers’ Compensation Board website has more than 200 forms associated with filing a claim. They range from the initial claimant form that starts the whole process to a proof of death form. A Buffalo man altered a few forms related to his...

Brace Yourself

Medicaid not only provides affordable medical coverage to adults, children, pregnant women, low-income families, and elderly and disabled individuals, but also dental and orthodontic treatment to eligible beneficiaries. Read on to find out how a New York orthodontist with 12 locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx...

Taken on a Ride

Medicaid covers eligible beneficiaries who need a ride to a doctor’s appointment, hospital or other medical office. (Obviously, the destination must be an approved provider and drivers are only supposed to transport patients to the medical appointment then back home, with no unnecessary stops in between.)...

Truckin’ Along

According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), an estimated 135.6 million U.S. workers were covered by workers’ compensation insurance in 2015. With premiums costing anywhere from less than $100 to thousands a year per employee, workers’ compensation insurance can be a huge expense for employers depending on...

Putting the Brakes On

Medicaid provides medical care to nearly 73 million individuals, but due to socioeconomic disadvantages, it is estimated that 3.6 million beneficiaries miss or delay care each year because of transportation issues. With that number of individuals requiring transportation to important medical appointments, you can...

Bad to the Bone

One of the most basic requirements for any job – whether you are working your first part-time job as a teenager or are a week from retirement – is to show up. That is especially true for any orthopedic surgeons running their own medical...

Too Close for Comfort

It’s very expensive to live in New York City. In fact, the average rent for a one bedroom apartment in Queens costs $2,087. Keep in mind, the average size of a one-bedroom apartment is a whopping 700 square feet. Today’s fraudster from Queens committed...

Your Diagnosis: A Complete Lack of Shame

If you frequent this website, you know that there are some pretty shameless fraud schemes out there. But of all the heartless schemes, profiting off cancer patients has got to be one of the very lowest. Today’s fraudster funded his life of luxury with...

Fender Bender

Just as a guard rail on a highway prevents cars from running off the road, the justice system serves as a guardrail by preventing fraudsters from running amok and inflicting more damage on their victims. Today’s fraudster from Sanborn, New York committed workers’ compensation...
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