In my previous blog about what people think about when they hear the words “Workers’ Compensation,” (fraud is part of the thought process of many,) I mentioned attorney Leonard Jernigan’s “Top 10 Fraud cases.” (They are employer fraud cases.)Well here is a recent blog of his that complements my earlier piece on the subject of […]
When one brings up the topic of wrongdoing in a Workers’ Comp setting, many (especially here in Long Island) will first think about the infamous Long Island railroad case where many LIRR retirees filed claims for disability that were described, in a word, as fraudulent. Mention the words Workers’ Comp fraud, and most people think […]
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