What Happens If You're Alleged To Have Committed Workers' Comp Fraud?

Posted on: 6 July 2017

If you're injured at work, you're likely entitled to workers' compensation benefits. These benefits are paid by your employer through an insurance policy designed to ensure injured workers won't face foreclosure or other financial problems due to an on-the-job injury. However, those who try to pass off non-workplace injuries as workers' comp-eligible ones can face some stiff civil and criminal penalties. As one Montana state employee recently learned after being charged with a felony for passing off a motorcycle injury as one he sustained while jumping from a box truck, public employees who engage in this type of fraud can be penalized even more severely.
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3 Tips For Ensuring Your Pet Is Cared For When You Pass Away

Posted on: 29 June 2017

It pays to be prepared and to make plans for what will happen when you pass away. One thing that you might not have considered when it comes to this is the care of your pet. However, if you have a pet, it is essential to make sure that there is a plan in place for how it will be cared for when you are gone. These are a few steps that can help you put this type of plan in action.
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3 Tips For Avoiding Common Workers Compensation Pitfalls

Posted on: 26 June 2017

Each day, close to 13,000 Americans are injured at their workplace, according to the National Safety Council. Ideally, the best measure is to take precautions and put safety plans in place to prevent workplace accidents from occurring. However, injuries can still happen, even when your company has a solid safety protocol. In the unexpected event that you find yourself injured on the job, it's crucial that you know how to proceed in order to file a successful workers compensation claim.
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3 Tips For Making This Summer Easier On Your Child Following Your Divorce

Posted on: 22 June 2017

If you and your partner just got divorced, here are a few tips that will make being divorced this first summer easier on your child. For these tips to work, you are going to need to work together with your spouse to make the summer great for your child. #1 Camps First, if your child typically attends camps in the summer, make an effort to get them into the same camps that they usually attend.
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