TN based construction contractor pleads guilty to compensation fraud | Crime
A Tennessee based construction contractor has pleaded guilty to four counts of workers compensation fraud.
Mike Nobles admitted he put employees on construction jobs and concealed them from workers' compensation insurance companies.
Nobles will spend 10 years on probation and weekends in jail for a year.
He also must pay $1.2 million in restitution to workers' comp insurance carriers.
Nobles worked on projects at LeBonheur Children's Hospital, Southwest Tennessee Community College and other job sites in Memphis.