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Where do you report worker compensation fraud?

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2008-08-14 05:57:28
2008-08-14 05:57:28

Try the workers compensation board for the state you live in. Be careful though, be sure it is fraud and not anything else. The person being reported can bring a lawsuit against you for harassment, if it is not true. However, if it is true, they will investigate it and try to recoup the monies due for fraudulent compensation funds.

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