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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.
  • Southington Woman Charged With Workers' Comp Fraud

    Apr 16th, 2014
    Follow Your Town News On The Courant's Southington Facebook Page SO.THINGTON — A 38-year-old woman was charged Wednesday with workers' compensation fraud and perjury, according to the Chief State's Attorney's Office.
  • ND workers' comp agency sues over computer project

    Apr 15th, 2014
    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota's workers' compensation agency has sued a Chicago company over a failed $17 million computer system overhaul. The Workforce Safety and Insurance agency filed its lawsuit last month in state court against Aon eSolutions Inc. to recoup costs associated with the system that ...
  • Washington Man Writes a Prescription for Prison

    Apr 7th, 2014
    In an attempt to get drugs, a Bremerton, Wash., man faked work injuries and conned hospitals to get painkillers. Robert B. Boyer Jr. of Bremerton, Wash., pleaded guilty to 10 felony counts of fraudulently obtaining controlled substances and has been sentenced to 26 months in prison for defrauding hospitals to get painkillers. Boyer, 41, was accused of making 51 visits to more than two dozen ...
  • Arraignment set in Lowell workers' comp case

    Apr 6th, 2014
    BOSTON -- A Lowell business owner is scheduled to be arraigned on Monday on charges he avoided higher insurance premiums by understating his payroll and the number of jobs performed.
  • Berkeley Council hears minimum wage increase pleas

    Apr 3rd, 2014
    Berkeley's adoption of an increased minimum wage moved a step closer this week. The City Council heard a long line of advocates urging adoption a $10.74 minimum wage for employees in Berkeley. The City Council will have a special meeting on May 1 on a minimum wage ordinance. The Commission on Labor's recommendation to the Council is to set a $10.74 minimum wage (the same as San Francisco's) for ...
  • Prescription for prison: Bremerton man fakes work injuries, cons hospitals

    Mar 31st, 2014
    He was accused of making 51 visits to more than two dozen emergency rooms and urgent-care clinics throughout Western Washington to get prescriptions for Vicodin, Percocet and other painkillers.
  • Sentence: Bremerton man gets 26 months for conning hospitals

    Mar 31st, 2014
    A Bremerton man who racked up nearly $150,000 in medical bills while defrauding hospitals out of pain medication was sentenced Monday to 26 months in prison.
  • Washington Business Owner Gets Prison Time for Disability, Workers' Comp Fraud

    Mar 31st, 2014
    A Stanwood, Wash., business owner who made the mistake of feuding with relatives must spend a year in prison for a scam that defrauded state and federal disability programs and his union of nearly $300,000. Richard Stalkfleet claimed to be disabled and unable to work since 2002, telling authorities his only daily activities consisted of eating, having coffee, playing with his dog and doing “a ...
  • Workers' Comp Savings Sought

    Mar 31st, 2014
    (.PDATED: 4:15 p.m.) A trial lawyer who makes his living collecting workers compensation from cities found himself on the other side of the table—looking for a way New Haven can pay less than $9 million per year on employee injury claims.
  • Workers' Compensation: From bad to worse

    Mar 28th, 2014
    How bad is the workers' compensation crisis in California? This is how bad it is.
  • Workers' comp scam alleged

    Mar 28th, 2014
    Workers' comp fraud alleged        
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