According to Business News Daily, fraudulent workers' compensation claims cost a staggering $7.2 billion per year. That's why it's crucial that employers are able to properly identify common red flags indicating a work injury is not all it seems. The following are a few signs you can look out for if you suspect your employee is making a false claim in order to receive compensation.
New York workers sustain injuries on the job every day. Whether you run a construction business or have a small office, accidents happen. However, not all injuries sustained while on the job or company property are compensable. At Stockton, Barker & Mead, LLP, we often assist clients with a wide range of workers’ comp issues.
The hot months, June through September, are a volatile time for on-the-job injuries and loss productivity due to the filing of workers compensation claims. Employers need their staff on site, not on the mend. For employers, hurt staff often leads to lost revenue.