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William Szudera is Charged For His Involvement in a Workers Comp Fraud Case

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William Szudera from Haver has been ordered to pay nearly $84,000 in restitution and serve four years of probation after his involvement in a workers compensation fraud case.

This sentencing occurred yesterday after he pled guilty to mail fraud in June for failing to disclose that he owned a profitable business that would have made him ineligible for a large amount of benefits.

Prosecutors say while Szudera was telling the Department of Labor that he was not working and had no income, he was actually lying. In reality, his tax returns showed that his business had gross receipts ranging from $500,000 to $750,000 that left him with profitable earnings almost every year.

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