Claimant fraud:
  1. An individual files a claim for an injury that does not exist
  2. A worker claims an injury occurred on the job when it did not, or takes another job while continuing to seek or receive workers’ compensation benefits
  3. A claimant makes misstatements to a doctor to obtain medical benefits
Employer fraud:
  1. An employer misrepresents the nature, size, ownership or experience of their business in order to avoid paying the proper premium
  2. An employer understates payroll or misclassifies employees
Medical fraud:
  1. A medical worker orders unnecessary tests and treatments
  2. A medical worker charges for services that were never performed
Attorney fraud:
  1. An attorney recruits clients and manufactures bogus workers’ compensation claims for them