Learn more about the leading causes of workers’ compensation fraud, and how creation of the right systems can help to reduce risk, catch malingering, and address costs head on.

One of the most significant cost issues faced by small businesses in California is workers’ compensation. The cost for a strong workers’ compensation policy that matches the specific needs of your business and industry can be high. Yet, many businesses fail to make basic changes to evaluate and look for signs of fraud that can greatly increase those costs.

If you are one of those businesses that doesn’t have a good plan in place for how to identify and prevent workers’ compensation fraud, it’s important to evaluate what you can change to keep the risk of these things as low as possible.

In this guide, we’re going to look at:

  • How to spot the most common red flags of fraud and address the issue head on.
  • How to establish smart, simple systems to reduce and potentially elimiante fraudulent claims.
  • How to implement smart cost controls that reduce your overall workers’ compensation costs, even in the case of fraud.


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