HRSBT roundup: Survivor, wrestling, and intoxication

This week we covered Survivor, wrestling, intoxication! This is you Strange But True week in review!

Outwit, Outplay, Outlast Workers’ Comp Fraud and You Could Be the Next ‘Survivor’—It’s amazing how many people think they can get away with workers’ compensation fraud, but as many Strange But True issues have shown us—here, here, here, and then some—people tend to think they can get away with anything! It’s especially mind-blowing when a former NFL star is busted for workers’ comp fraud for appearing on the show Survivor.

Wrestler Wrestles with WC Fraud Charges as Tattoo Inks Him as Culprit—Yes, workers’ comp fraud is rampant. HRSBT has brought you numerous stories of people continuing to work while out on WC disability—roofers roofing, painters painting, and landscapers mowing lawns. But this one is the winner!


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I Tripped over the Cone, but It Has Nothing to Do with Me Being Intoxicated!—In another case of workers’ compensation gone wrong, a longshoreman was temporarily awarded workers’ comp for tripping over a safety cone, until the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals intervened and uncovered the truth.

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