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  • VRC: Dallas CEO Spotlight

    Mar 15th, 2014
    The Case of The Bogus Broken Back, featured in Dallas CEO Magazine

    Insurance fraud has become a vast, expensive problem for small businesses, not to mention individuals. Dallas-based investigation firm Veracity Research Company is ready to help.
  • VRC: We Care

    Nov 11th, 2013
    Veracity Research Company's "We Care" program, through our CEO and employees, is dedicated to helping local and national charities. The program provides various contributions and volunteers to these charities. With these efforts VRC's "We Care" program is improving the quality of life for the beneficiaries.
  • VRC: Bill Randall Named AVP

    Jul 29th, 2013
    In his more than 20 years in the industry, Bill has served as the Director of Investigations with American Claims Management and as a Regional SIU Manager for Liberty Mutual Insurance. Bill started as an entry level Claims Adjuster, handling multi line claims, working through positions including Claims Supervisor and Claims Manage
  • VRC: VRC District Manager Receives Patriot Award

    Mar 13th, 2013
    Andrew Davenport, district manager with Veracity Research Co. Investigations, recently received the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Award. Leon Tribble, an ESGR representative, and Lance Foster, VRC president, presented the award to Davenport, a veteran of the United States Army.
  • Executives Plead Guilty to Tax Evasion, No Workers' Comp

    Feb 26th, 2015
      Executives of a La Mesa-based firm that buys and renovates homes for resale pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony charge of unemployment tax evasion and a misdemeanor count of failure to have workers' compensation insurance. David Scott Wolfe, 48, and his company, Three Frogs Inc., along with Chief Financial Officer Jonathan D. Cox and […]
  • South Euclid woman sentenced for workers' comp fraud, ordered to pay $9K

    Feb 26th, 2015
    A South Euclid woman was sentenced earlier this month in Franklin County Court of Common Pleas for working while receiving workers' compensation benefits. Brecia Whitten pleaded guilty to one count of workers' compensation fraud, a fifth-degree felony.
  • Righter bill would eliminate workers' comp fraud

    Feb 24th, 2015
    SPRINGFIELD – “Seeking to help Illinois attract investment, create jobs, and end fraud and abuse,” state Sen. Dale Righter (R-Mattoon) filed legislation that would add “primary causation” to Illinois' workers' compensation law.
  • Injured undocumented worker entitled to comp

    Feb 19th, 2015
    An undocumented worker from Mexico who provided false identification when he was hired by his employer should receive workers compensation benefits for injuries he suffered on that job, the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
  • Injured Oklahoma Workers Challenge Workers' Comp Law

    Feb 13th, 2015
    Two workers who were injured on the job have filed a legal challenge over changes to Oklahoma's workers' compensation laws that were approved by the Republican-controlled Legislature in 2013.
  • Major Medical Chain Pleads Guilty, Repays Texas Mutual $6.5 Million

    Feb 10th, 2015
    A.STIN, Texas, Feb. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Mutual Insurance Company and the Travis County District Attorney reported today that Nova Healthcare Management, headquartered in Houston, Texas, entered a plea of guilty to felony workers' compensation fraud related charges in the 147th Judicial District Court in Austin, Texas. According to the court documents, Texas Mutual's investigation ...
  • McCrory criticized for claim about workers' comp fraud

    Feb 6th, 2015
    RALEIGH — Gov. Pat McCrory is taking heat after saying in his annual State of the State address earlier this week that nearly half of workers' compensation claims paid to state employees are the result of abuse or fraud.
  • Gov. McCrory criticized for claim about workers' comp fraud

    Feb 6th, 2015
    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Gov. Pat McCrory is taking heat after saying in his annual State of the State address earlier this week that nearly half of workers' compensation claims paid to state employees are the result of abuse or fraud.
  • Milltown couple accused of using temp agencies in $30M fraud

    Feb 5th, 2015
    Andres and Jenny Minaya lied about number of placements to avoid paying tax, workers' comp, authorities say
  • NBC4 Investigates: Push To Prosecute Pt. 2: Confronting The BWC Board

    Feb 4th, 2015
    The Board of Directors was formed after “Coingate,” one of the biggest scandals in the history of our state. Its job is simple: Oversee Ohio's Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC). But, after numerous NBC4 investigations have revealed heavy-handed tactics, conviction quotas and flawed prosecutions by BWC special investigators, board members are still deferring key questions to BWC Administrator ...
  • NBC4 Investigates: Push to Prosecute Part 1: A Crime They Didn't Commit

    Feb 3rd, 2015
    NBC4's Lead Investigative Reporter Duane Pohlman's continuing investigation of heavy-handed tactics and conviction quotas by state agents at Ohio's Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC) uncovers a case where a couple is sent to prison for crimes that an Ohio Court of Appeals ruled they did not commit.
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