TV anchorman Dan Rather once wrote a book, “The Camera Never Blinks.” A former postal carrier collecting workers’ comp should have considered that before going on a TV game show. [Read more...]
A safety manager, working on a federal government project, could face prison time and millions of dollars in fines for hiding workers’ injuries. [Read more...]
The headline from 2008 reads “Altvater’s big idea lands her on TV.” That same big idea may soon land her in jail.
Insurance companies have a new tool to catch workers trying to commit workers’ comp fraud, and it’s as close as a computer screen. [Read more...]
One of the largest states in the nation, with some of the highest workers’ comp costs, has a new law intended to cut businesses a break. [Read more...]
Authorities in Minnesota are asking the 759 businesses there that paid an OSHA fine in 2009 to examine their books carefully. They may be the victims of a check-fraud operation. [Read more...]
It’s true: Managers can find comp fraud by viewing employees’ social networking Web pages. [Read more...]