In a recent case, a former employer was required to reach a deal with the NJ Attorney
General's Office to repay $111,813.00. It was reported that the former employer had to mortgage his house for repayment in order to avoid a potential 18 month prison term and a $10,000 fine in addition to the assessment.
Click here to read: Franklin Lakes business owner must mortgage home to avoid jail in workers compensation case
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Nov 05, 2012
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