Former San Quentin prison worker convicted in workers’ comp fraud case

A former state prison worker’s hobbies of community theater and pick-up basketball led a Solano County Superior Court jury to find him guilty of five fraud-related charges as he was supposedly injured and unable to work at the time. After a nearly monthlong trial, Hosea Morgan, a Vallejo resident and former San Quentin State Prison […]

Study: Worst and best cities for the disabled

Two of the Inland Empire’s largest cities have scored among the nation’s worst for people with disabilities. When searching for a new city to call home, most people share a common list of priorities — affordability, jobs, schools and attractions among them. But people with disabilities often have a larger list of considerations. Factors such […]

Former Knick Macklin nets California workers’ comp

A former New York Knicks player is entitled to workers’ compensation benefits under California law thanks to games played on the west coast, a California appeals court ruled Thursday. Courthouse News Service

West Sacramento woman pleads guilty in case involving false workers’ comp claims

A West Sacramento woman has pleaded guilty to wire fraud in a case that involved filing false workers’ compensation claims for a former National Football League player. Kimberly Jones, 40, entered the plea Thursday and agreed to submit to a restitution order of at least $1.5 million, according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office news release. […]