Workers' Compensation

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California: Staffing Agency Operator Required to Pay $37,000 in Restitution Following Guilty Plea in Workers’ Comp Fraud Case
Posted on 31 Mar 2017 by Thomas A. Robinson

California’s restitution statute allows for recovery of a broad variety of economic losses resulting from a defendant’s criminal conduct. Accordingly, where the defendant, the operator of an employment staffing agency, pled guilty to workers’... Read More

South Carolina: Court Finds Workers’ Comp Policy Was Procured by Fraud
Posted on 3 Nov 2017 by Thomas A. Robinson

Where an employer rushed to an insurance agency to procure a policy of workers’ compensation coverage after one of its employees sustained serious injuries in a fall from a roof, the policy was void ab initio ; “cancellation” of the... Read More

WILG Report on Employer & Insurer Fraud: Boosting Bottom Line Profits at the Expense of Workers and Society
Posted on 9 Jan 2012 by Jennifer Comer

The vilification of injured workers was big business’ modus operandi during the 2011 legislative session. Stories were placed in newspapers about employees gaming the workers’ compensation system and inaccurate, and unverified statistics on... Read More

WILG Report on Employer & Insurer Fraud: Boosting Bottom Line Profits at the Expense of Workers and Society
Posted on 9 Jan 2012 by Jennifer Comer

The vilification of injured workers was big business’ modus operandi during the 2011 legislative session. Stories were placed in newspapers about employees gaming the workers’ compensation system and inaccurate, and unverified statistics on... Read More