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[11/02/09] Construction Claims More Expensive, Result in More Lost Time: Workers’ compensation claims from the California construction industry are significantly higher than the statewide average
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[09/28/09] Business Owners Charged with $186,000 Premium Fraud
Two California business owners suspected of premium fraud surrendered
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[06/05/09] Fine Upheld against Employer who Cut Benefits with No Investigation
 
An employer that failed to properly investigate a claim before terminating
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[05/20/09] California -- Fraud news: It's the recesssion, stupid
With layoffs, foreclosures and other Misery Metrics piling up as the recession grinds on
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[03/20/09] California -- Worker Hurt While Wrapping Her Own Purchase Entitled to Benefits
A Costco employee who slipped and fell while picking up a cake for her sister
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[03/10/09] California -- Work Comp Bills Range from Staph Infections to Horse Racing
After wrapping up a months-long battle over the state budget
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[10/14/08] California -- Applicants Must Pay for Going Outside the MPN
California employers are not liable for the cost of medical treatment
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[10/11/08] California -- Ex-school employee sentenced for worker's comp fraud
A former Sacramento City Unified School District employee was sentenced Friday
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[07/23/08] California -- Punitive Damages Award Against Carrier Attracts Insurers' Attention
A federal district court's decision to grant an employer $140,000
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