Ohio dump truck driver repays more than $19,000 in workers’ comp benefits

 Thursday, November 7, 2013

 Ohio BWC

A Parma Heights (Cuyahoga County) man was sentenced and repaid more than $19,000 to the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) for working while receiving workers’ comp benefits. Harry Livingston pleaded guilty Oct. 31 to one count of workers’ compensation fraud, a fifth-degree felony.“Mr. Livingston returned to work as a dump truck driver while receiving temporary total disability benefits,” said BWC Administrator/CEO Steve Buehrer. “His dishonest actions were brought to our attention through an anonymous tip. We welcome the public’s help in protecting the State Insurance Fund, so we may use that money to care for injured workers who truly need it.” BWC’s Northeast Regional Special Investigations Department (SID) began investigating Livingston after receiving an allegation that Livingston was driving a dump truck.
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