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

Workers Comp and Disabilities Fraud

Evading Everything

Fraudsters tend to think they should receive a special exemption when it comes to paying taxes. Today’s “Fraud of the Day” reveals a Southern California businessman who evaded millions of dollars in personal and business-related taxes owed. His tax evasion tactics led to a...

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.)...

Following the Steps to Fraud

When an on-the-job injury occurs, there are a number of steps an injured person must usually take? first seek medical treatment as soon as possible. Following treatment, the employee must then notify their supervisor of the accident in writing. The third step is to...

X-Rated Fraud

Greed can make a person do some shocking things. Today 's "Fraud of the Day" spotlight shines on an Arkansas man who operated a strip club and brothel out of his home while receiving Social Security disability benefits. The X-rated fraud scheme operated out of...

A Fraud Duffer

Today’s “Fraud of the Day” is based on an article entitled, “Golfing leads to workers comp fraud conviction” published by Business Insurance. A Montana man who was videotaped lifting furniture and playing golf while collecting workers compensation benefits pleaded guilty to a charge of criminal theft and will have to pay back nearly $27,500.

Cookie Jar

Today’s fraudster from Berea, Ohio is a cook who got caught with his hand in the cookie jar. That may not sound out of sorts for the man’s profession; however, the cookie jar in this case belonged to the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC)....

Horsing Around

The Ohio Industrial Commission and the Special Investigations Department of the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) determined that it was appropriate to terminate permanent disability benefits that were being awarded to a man who was caught training and taking care of horses. (I...

No Rest or Retirement

Workers’ Compensation programs provide wage replacement benefits, medical treatment, vocational rehabilitation, and other benefits to individuals who have experienced work-related injuries or diseases. Every day, employees turn into fraudsters by trying to exploit this program.  A retired police officer from Canton, Ohio has been convicted...

Background Check

It is important to be vigilant about background checks when hiring a contractor to perform work on your house or property. (If the contractor is not licensed by the state, consumers can be personally liable for any injuries sustained by uninsured or unlicensed workers.)...

Worst Case Scenario

Today’s “Fraud of the Day” article is sobering because it is an example of a worst case scenario of what happens when a business owner neglects to carry workers’ compensation insurance. The owner of a California construction company that helped fight back the Soberanes...
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