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After undergoing surgery in April of 2007 following a workplace accident, a New Hampshire man began collecting workers’ compensation benefits while he recovered. However, bringing in $857 each week just was not enough for Daniel Wilson, who began working another job while out on disability.

While working as a heavy machinery mechanic subcontractor in Milford, Mass., Wilson suffered an injury that prevented him from being able to return to work. Investigation by the Insurance Fraud Bureau of Massachusetts revealed that Wilson’s injury may not have prevented him from working another job on the side.

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