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my worker is frauding CAlif - cowgirlup1964 - 09-25-2009 07:10 PM
We are in Calif
Im wondering what will happen to her she says she fell its been a year shes been collecting Workmans comp all medical has been paid and her Dr and therapy swear by her injurys but foster mom sasy she told her she was going to say she fell they know she is lying and there going to court against her in jan her Dr says shes hurt and we do have some vidioe Will they arrest her at court ? Will they put her in jail we really dont want that or will they just make her pay back but I guess its out of or hand has any one ever convicted a employee for workmans comp frued if so what do they do adn will i be in court forever Im going to brazail in a mnth and I dont want my vaction ruined
RE: my worker is frauding CAlif - 1171 - 09-25-2009 07:26 PM
generally there has to be an investigation by the District Attorney's office before they will determine if there is enough evidence for an arrest and conviction.
your insurance carrier should be providing you with update and information.
i assume it's been reported as a fraud some time ago. the DA should already have been notified.
if you can't get information from your carrier contact the DA office directly.
RE: my worker is frauding CAlif - cowgirlup1964 - 09-26-2009 12:18 PM
Thank you well theres a court date next mnth and the mans foster mom says he said he was not really hurt adn shes going to tell them that or she already has she dont like him any more there in a family feud and shes a drunk what a mess but the drs say there is damage and so does phsycal thereapy
RE: my worker is frauding CAlif - ace25 - 09-27-2009 09:50 AM
Cowgirl, I am confused. Last January you posted the thread http://www.workerscompensation.com/forums/general/showthread.php?tid=6560&pid=78939#pid78939 , in which you told us you were the one that fell.
Then in July, you started this thread, http://www.workerscompensation.com/forums/general/showthread.php?tid=7889&pid=93454#pid93454, in which you indicated you may be under investigation for fraud, and your foster mom had told WC you were lieing.
Now you post wondering if your "employee" would be arrested and taken to jail because she has been defrauding the system?
I note that, within this thread the employee changes gender. It is "she" in your first post, and "he" in the last one. But the story about the foster mom is consistent.
Is there something you would like to tell us? If you are lieing in this thread, why should anyone here believe you? Why would we think your original claim was anything other than a fraud?
I'm with your foster mom.....
RE: my worker is frauding CAlif - 1171 - 09-27-2009 06:56 PM
Maybe you are really ACEventura "Fraud Detective"!?
I'm doing a background check to find out...how tall is your hairdoo?
do you look anything like this:
nice going ferreting out the details on this curious post....
looks like she's trying to figure out how close she is to getting the "cuffs".
RE: my worker is frauding CAlif - ace25 - 09-28-2009 10:23 AM
Wow, you are good. That is exactly what I look like....
I don't know why, but something just rang a bell regarding this poster. I thought I had recalled that she had some long sordid story, and once my curiousity was aroused, it was simple to research her old posts. I agree with you. She is clearly "assessing her risk" at this point.
RE: my worker is frauding CAlif - 1171 - 09-28-2009 12:15 PM
if you are ever tempted to put on "The Mask" ............. don't.
it will lead to no good.
be content to stay as the ace.
RE: my worker is frauding CAlif - laurasunshine - 01-30-2010 10:34 AM
Well regardless of her or him,what will he said she said do to this case? what is the chances of disgruntled family members claim hold in hearing?