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Wrestler Wrestles with WC Fraud Charges as Tattoo Inks Him as Culprit

Yes, workers’ comp fraud is rampant, as we saw yesterday. But today’s story takes the cake—or the championship belt, perhaps?

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The Next Challenge? Beating a Workers’ Comp Fraud Claim

 

It’s amazing how many people think they can get away with workers’ compensation fraud—but it’s especially mind-blowing when one of them is a former NFL star who’s busted for appearing on the show Survivor. Brad Culpepper played as a starting defensive tackle for such teams as the Minnesota Vikings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Chicago Bears. His nine-season career ended in a “severe” disability, according to a workers’ comp lawsuit that was filed here in California and was part of a much bigger lawsuit against the NFL.

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Preparing for a Market Study on Executive Compensation

One of the first things that come to mind when figuring out how much to pay someone in an executive role is either conducting or purchasing a market study. However, there are several other things that must be completed first.

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Sue Me, I’m Begging You

Yesterday, we began attorney Whitney Warner’s list of 14 things managers do that make a plaintiffs’ attorney’s day. Today, the rest of her list.

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14 Ways to ‘Make My Day’ (Secrets of a Plaintiffs’ Attorney)

“Because I am a plaintiffs’ attorney, people want me to fail and die,” says attorney Whitney Warner. At SHRM’s recent Annual Conference and Exposition in Orlando, Warner turned the other cheek and told HR managers what they can do to avoid lawsuits.

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