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According to the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, a Pennsylvania woman was convicted of workers’ compensation fraud. Joyce Jukiewicz of Saegertown, PA was ordered by the court to repay the Ohio BWC $40,569. The court transferred her case to Pennsylvania, where she now resides.

Jukiewicz tried to collect death benefits as a surviving spouse after she had remarried in 1996. She continued to collect the death benefits in her deceased husband’s claim, by concealing her remarriage and would have been entitled to a two-year dowry after the date she remarried.

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