Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Home Workers Comp and Disabilities Fraud

Workers Comp and Disabilities Fraud

Struck by Fraud

All types of accidents occur while on the job. For instance, a construction worker may sustain an injury as a result of operating heavy machinery, while someone with a desk job may suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome. (If an injury occurred as a result...

Pre-existing Fraud

Car accidents happen all the time. Some people walk away without a scratch and count their lucky stars. Other unfortunate folks deserve compensation to treat injuries received from a crash. The website, ReduceYourWorkersComp.com, shares a story about a San Antonio...

Empty Pot O’ Gold

Today's ''Fraud of the Day'' covers three different instances of workers' compensation fraud. Fortunately, the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) Special Investigation Department (SID) was able to stop three individuals from stealing benefits they did not deserve and is set to recover nearly...

Singing a Sad Song

Most country songs tell stories about human nature and the tragic circumstances that are often part of life. Even though this category of music most often covers broken hearts and regret, a fair amount of crooning covers lying, cheating and stealing as well. The...

Incognito

Some fraudsters go to a lot of trouble to collect government benefits, but the lies they have to tell to pull off the scam eventually catch up to them. An article posted on WorkersCompensation.com tells about a man who tried to go incognito in...

Fraud Hits a Pothole

It takes a bold public employee to collect workers' compensation checks from the state, all while running a home improvement business on the side. But, according to a recent Syracuse.com report, that is what one former New York State Department of Transportation employee did...

Going on the Lam…How’d that Work Out?

If you're on the run for a crime, it is best not to taunt law enforcement officials. The website 10News.com reports that a San Diego woman, who was convicted for insurance and disability fraud, fled to Mexico to avoid sentencing. (Did she really...

Good for What Ails You

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides a tax-free monetary benefit to veterans who are disabled as a result of their service to the military. Eligible veterans can receive anywhere from $133 to more than $3,300 per month, based on their level of...

The Race to Defraud

Unfortunately, there are some disability recipients who illegally use their benefit checks to fund a lifestyle that includes questionable extracurricular activities. An article published by The Middletown Press follows the story of a woman, who collected disability benefits from an on-the-job injury and then...

Memories Live On

When faced with death, it's hard to say goodbye to a loved one. But, survivors can be comforted by good memories of their dearly departed through pictures and personal items. A former New Jersey man continued to be reminded of his deceased wife each...
- Advertisement -

Get Your Fraud Fix!

Five days a week wake up to the most current fraud article in your inbox.