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Texas workers’ compensation benefits are commonly underpaid. If you ask me, underpaid benefits are stolen benefits. Insurance companies make mistakes paying workers’ comp benefits all the time. Consider the latest audit of Texas workers compensation benefits conducted by the Division of Workers’ Compensation: In only 64 cases, the Division found that over $500,000 was underpaid […]
Nova Healthcare Pleads Guilty To Texas Workers’ Compensation Fraud Resulting In Treating Doctor Problems For Patients
Big news dropped this week: Nova Healthcare plead guilty to Texas workers’ compensation fraud. Texas Mutual Insurance pursued the case against them with the Travis County DA’s office. Part of the plea agreement was that Nova can no longer treat patients in Texas Mutual’s healthcare network, Texas Star. This means that every injured worker in […]
What Are Your Chances When Using An Ombudsman In A Texas Workers Compensation Case? I spent some time tonight reviewing the latest report from the Office of Injured Employee Counsel about using an ombudsman for a Texas workers comp case and what the ombudsman outcomes were for 2013. This is specific to Texas workers compensation […]
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On The Job Car Wreck: File Both A Texas Workers’ Compensation Claim & A Personal Injury Case Car Wreck Injury An injured employee called because he had been in a car wreck driving from his workplace to a client’s office where he was going to repair some electrical issues. On the way to his client’s office, […]