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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.
  • Comp reporting plan would increase employer burden

    Apr 10th, 2015
    The Social Security Administration's proposal that workers compensation benefits be reported annually to the agency would increase insurers' and employers' paperwork and costs.
  • Man pays back scammed workers compensation cash

    Apr 10th, 2015
    A Colorado man has been convicted for submitting false payroll checks to obtain workers compensation benefits from the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation.
  • Some Disfigured Employees Not Compensated for Scarring in Massachusetts

    Apr 10th, 2015
    A bill introduced to the Massachusetts Legislature this year could expand benefits for permanent disfigurement under the Worker's Compensation Act.
  • Santa Clara County: Three charged with worker's comp fraud

    Apr 10th, 2015
    If the roofer, housekeeper and lab worker are convicted of felony insurance fraud, they would face up to five years in jail and have to pay back thousands in benefits.
  • Three charged with worker's comp fraud

    Apr 9th, 2015
    A roofer, housekeeper and lab worker who claimed they suffered debilitating injuries on the job have been charged with defrauding the state workers' compensation program, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office.
  • Injured worker's law firm denied fee recoup from comp award

    Apr 3rd, 2015
    A law firm that helped an injured worker recover underpaid workers compensation benefits can't receive legal fees from the claimant's award since it was used to recoup prior benefits the worker had been overpaid, the Ohio Supreme Court has ruled.
  • Employers And Insurers Gain Control In Workers' Compensation Disputes

    Mar 30th, 2015
    In 10 states, injured workers are finding it more difficult to get or keep medical treatment their doctors prescribe because of reforms to workers' comp laws.
  • ExOne could resolve issues; Workers' comp rates dropping; Ex-Consol manager gets prison

    Mar 27th, 2015
    Additional measures will ensure accurate fiscal reports: ExOne
  • San Diego County DA warns against workers' comp fraud

    Mar 27th, 2015
    By Pablo J. Sáinz A poster that the San Diego County District Attorney's Office has been using to inform the public about the consecuences of workers' compensation fraud shows a man in a prison jumpsuit. It reads: “Commit Workers' Comp Fraud, Get a New Outfit.” There are a variety of frauds against the workers' compensation […]
  • L.A. audits: Costly police, firefighter workers' comp claims avoidable

    Mar 26th, 2015
    Los Angeles police and firefighters work in a culture that encourages filing "excessive" workers' compensation claims, according to a pair of city audits released Thursday, and taxpayers are doling out up to $28 million per year for what amount to preventable injuries.
  • Manufacturers Don't Deserve Fraudulent Workers' Comp Claims

    Mar 25th, 2015
    Manufacturers have enough challenges without having the extra burden of a workers' compensation system that is rigged to protect fraud. Our current workers compensation system allows fraudulent injury and illness claims to be filed without recourse, supported by courts that too often bend over backwards to discriminate against the employer, robbing profits that are already difficult to come by ...
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