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Applicant Accused of Exaggerating Symptoms

  • State: California
  • Topic: WEST
  • - Average time spent on item: 39 minutes
  • - Popular with: Legal
A Southern California food service worker was arrested last week on charges that she exaggerated the…

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John Riggs Mar 20, 2018 a 8:03 am PDT

Excellent that the provider reported the exaggeration of symptoms and that the claims administrator took action leading to the arrest.

Diane Przepiorski Mar 20, 2018 a 9:03 am PDT

Excellent indeed that the provider and claims administrator worked together to identify this exaggeration of symptoms and that each took action. The way the system should work.

Robert Owens Mar 20, 2018 a 10:03 am PDT

I doubt the actions of the injured worker are criminal beyond a shadow of a doubt.

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