In Alberto Escobar v. Sunlight Windows, Inc. and US Administrator Claims the accident and injuries were originally accepted as compensable and the claimant was paid indemnity and provided medical benefits. The E/C then secured surveillance footage which showed the Claimant engaged in physical activities which were contrary to his representations in deposition. The unrepresented claimant offered explanations at final hearing, but the JCC did not find the claimant to be a credible witness. The JCC found that Claimant knowingly and intentionally made false and misleading statements for the purpose of securing benefits. The JCC DENIED entitlement to benefits and DISMISSED all petition with prejudice.