Salila Joseph v. Courtyard by Marriot and Memic Indemnity Company

In Salila Joseph v. Courtyard by Marriot and Memic Indemnity Company Claimant was involved in two prior motor vehicle accidents but failed to disclose both accidents in her deposition. The Claimant also failed to disclose that she had received any medical treatment for the accidents. The Claimant sustained injuries resulting from the accidents, and the treatment received for those injuries, constituted false, fraudulent, incomplete, or misleading. The JCC found that these false statements were made for the purpose of obtaining workers’ compensation benefits. Fraud defense SUSTAINED. Petition DENIED.

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