Taking Meds Doesn't Relieve Letter Carrier of $46,000 Restitution Bill
New Orleans, LA (WorkersCompensation.com) – Submitting reimbursement forms for over 95,000 miles led to criminal troubles for a letter carrier when it was discovered that her claims were for nonexistent appointments and with a nonapproved workers’ compensation provider.
As a result, the carrier received $46,000 of overpayment, and her defense that a combination of pain pills, muscle relaxers, and sleeping pills caused her memory loss and hallucinations didn’t hold up in ...
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