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Employers can be proactive in stopping employee fraud

The cost of workers' compensation insurance has been an increasingly prevalent concern for many employers as of late. Due to rising premiums, employers in California are looking to do whatever they can to control costs. This includes employers being more vigilant when it comes to detecting employee fraud.

Man is arrested for employee fraud

Workers' compensation insurance is an important safety blanket for workers in the case of being injured while on the job. Benefits can provide income for a worker who has suffered an injury that prevents him or her from earning money in California. However, if a worker has sufficiently recovered from an injury the person is obliged to report that he or she is healthy enough to be able to work and earn income. Failure to do so can result in charges of employee fraud.

Skydiving worker charged with felonly employee fraud

It is always unfortunate when a worker is injured while on the job, especially if it affects the person's ability to earn a living. This is one of the reasons that workers' compensation insurance coverage is important. However, there are some workers who take advantage of the situation by exaggerating or even lying about their injuries. This seems to be the case for one worker who is now facing employee fraud charges in California.

Postal worker convicted of employee fraud

A decision to commit fraud is never a good idea. It can lead to serious legal problems in California, including time behind bars. A former U.S. Postal Service worker was recently convicted in an employee fraud case revolving around workers' compensation benefits.

Worker arrested on employee fraud charges

It is important for workers to have some type of protection in the case of an unexpected on-the-job accident. This is why most employees who are injured in a workplace accident will typically have the opportunity to apply for benefits via workers' compensation in California. However, there are some workers who are not completely honest when applying for compensation benefits. This can result in employee fraud charges being pursued against a worker.

Worker found guilty of fraudulent workers' compensation claims

Workers' compensation is an important part of the labor market. It is essential in helping injured workers get back on their feet after accidents in California. However, many times workers will abuse the system in order to obtain workers' compensation benefits illegally through fraudulent workers' compensation claims. This type of fraudulent activity can be highly detrimental to an unsuspecting employer.

Brad Culpepper talks about workers' compensation fraud

California readers may be aware of the lawsuit facing former NFL player Brad Culpepper. The football veteran spent nine years playing in the NFL, but he claimed that injuries he sustained in his capacity as a football player left him partially disabled. He is currently being sued for workers' compensation fraud, and he recently spoke to the media concerning accusations that he bilked an insurance company out of $175,000.

Social media makes proving employee fraud easier

When a California worker is injured on the job, he or she may have the option of filing for benefits via workers' compensation insurance. Although most people are honest, there are some who may be looking to take advantage of the system and defraud employers. With the popularity of social media, it is now easier to detect employee fraud.

Red flags for fraudulent workers' compensation claims

California company owners are sometimes victims of employees who falsely claim compensation for work-related injuries or illnesses that are not work-related or never occurred, or injuries that are exaggerated. In an attempt to reduce such incidents, it may be beneficial for employers to educate their workers about the adverse effect that fraudulent workers' compensation claims can have on each individual. Suspicion of fraudulent claims may result in all other claims to be perceived as false.

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