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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.
  • Vets Home baker guilty of fraud

    Nov 19th, 2014
    A jury in Helena District Court found a 51-year-old Columbia Falls woman guilty on Nov. 13 of stealing state workers compensation benefits.
  • Columbia Falls baker guilty of work-comp fraud

    Nov 15th, 2014
    HELENA — A Helena jury on Thursday found Velma Faye Irvin of Columbia Falls guilty of felony theft of workers' compensation benefits.
  • Woman guilty of workers' comp fraud in Columbia Falls

    Nov 14th, 2014
    COL.MBIA FALLS – A 51-year-old woman will be sentenced early next year after a Helena jury found her guilty Thursday of felony theft of workers' compensation benefits.
  • Columbia Falls Woman Found Guilty of Workers' Compensation Fraud

    Nov 14th, 2014
    A Columbia Falls woman was found guilty of felony theft of workers' compensation benefits paid by Montana State Fund, the state Attorney General's Office announced Friday.
  • Man indicted for workers' comp fraud

    Nov 13th, 2014
    A Harrison County man has been indicted on three counts of workers' compensation fraud. Attorney General Jim Hood said in news release that 53-year-old Richard Barry McDaniel of Gulfport turned himself in Monday after being indicted by a local grand jury. McDaniel is free on a $5,000 bond. Mug shots: November arrests Hood said the indictment alleges that McDaniel did made false statements to ...
  • Gulfport man indicted on 3 counts of worker's comp fraud

    Nov 12th, 2014
    McDaniel  G.LFPORT, Mississippi -- A Harrison County man has been indicted on three counts of workers' compensation fraud. Attorney General Jim Hood says in news release that 53-year-old Richard Barry McDaniel of Gulfport turned himself in Monday after being indicted...
  • A Woman .sed Fake Images to Prove McDonald's Coffee ‘Burn'

    Nov 11th, 2014
    Even Kramer frowns on this. Last January, Selena Edwards told McDonald's the lid of a coffee she got at a drive-through in L.A. hadn't been on tight and that she'd badly burned her right hand in the resulting spillage. Because her hand was in fact entirely burn-free, she Google image searched phrases like "second degree burns on hands" and submitted these shots as proof so McDonald's would cover ...

    Nov 7th, 2014
    New Albany, Ohio, November 7, 2014: Abercrombie & Fitch (NYSE: ANF) today provided a business update on the Company-s performance for the third quarter ended November 1, 2014. Net sales for the third quarter ...
  • Kimberly-Clark faces $500M lawsuit over Ebola protection gear

    Nov 5th, 2014
    (Reuters) — A Southern California-based law firm has sued Kimberly-Clark Corp. for more than $500 million, alleging that the Kleenex tissue maker committed fraud by marketing and selling some of its surgical gowns as protection against Ebola.Law firm Eagan Avenatti said it filed a class-
  • Home Depot breach cost credit unions twice as much as Target hack: Survey

    Oct 31st, 2014
    The Home Depot Inc. credit breach cost credit unions $57.4 million to reissue cards, deal with fraud and cover other costs — nearly double the cost of the Target Corp. breach last year, according to a survey taken earlier this month.The Home Depot breach, announced Sept. 18, affected 7.2
  • Workers comp agency sets goals for investigators

    Oct 31st, 2014
    An Ohio TV news investigation has found that the state's injured worker insurance fund sets goals for the number of fraud cases its investigators should refer for prosecution annually - an arrangement some former...
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