- Acting Attorney General Anne Milgram and
Criminal Justice Director Gregory A. Paw
announced that a Middlesex County recycling
company and its former president have been
charged with failing to provide workers’
compensation to employees.
to Director Paw, the Division of Criminal
Justice - Major Financial Crimes Unit obtained
a state grand jury indictment today charging
Dauman Recycling Company, Inc. 33-37 Salt
Meadow Drive, Carteret, and its former president,
David D’Amiano, 46, Edison, currently
incarcerated in federal prison in Fort Dix,
with fourth-degree failure to provide workers’
indictment alleges that following a Sept.
25, 2001 injury, an employee at Dauman filed
a workers’ compensation claim petition
that named both Dauman and D’Amiano
as respondents. An investigation determined
that Dauman did not have workers’
compensation at the time of the injury.
As a result, the state’s Uninsured
Employers Fund paid out more than $12,000
in benefits to the employee on Dauman’s
is currently serving two years in federal
prison after pleading guilty on Jan. 27,
2005 to federal bribery charges.
Investigators Gary O’Brien and Lynn
Patrick Fitzgerald coordinated the investigation.
Deputy Attorney General Mark Kurzawa prosecuted
indictment is merely an accusation and the
defendant is presumed innocent until proven
guilty. Crimes of the fourth degree carry
a maximum punishment of 18 months in state
prison and a fine of up to $10,000.
Indictment (71k pdf) plug-in