Nailed: A fraud prevention and compliance blog

Written by Elizabeth Smith,
L&I's Assistant Director for
Fraud Prevention and
Labor Standards

Oct. 5, 2012

Tryst in the park exposes suspect in fraud case

Here’s a tip – if you’re claiming a workplace injury, hobbling along on crutches in public, then be sure to use those crutches everywhere you go. A California woman forgot that advice and was filmed getting a little too physical in a public park. She now stands accused of workers’ comp fraud.

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