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BWC Secures 8 Fraud Convictions in August, Bringing Year's Total to 100

Monday, September 18, 2017 | 498 | 0 | 0 min read

The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation secured eight fraud convictions in August, bringing this year's total convictions to 100, the agency announced Friday. August's convictions involved claimants, employers and a health care provider. Among them: Claimants Mark Cothern, of Danville, admitted to working at a drive-in ice cream parlor in town while collecting temporary total disability benefits. Cothern's 180-day jail sentence on a charge of attempted workers' compensation fraud was suspended for three years of community control. He was ordered to repay BWC $9,406.46...

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