Welfare reform law may aid fight against comp fraud

Prince, Michael
July 1997
Business Insurance;07/07/97, Vol. 31 Issue 27, p1
Presents information on federal welfare reform law, as to regards of fraudulent workers compensation in United States. What will happen to people who fail to pay for their child support obligations; Implications of the law; Comments from Jim Fecky, director of the Investigative Services Unit for the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry in Saint Paul.


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