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By: Kevin Stone
The fictional Mike Moffitt famously called Jerry Seinfeld a phony. The reasons remain unknown. A non-fictional New Jersey man, however, appears to be a bona fide phony. Surveillance video of a company breakroom appears to capture the man throwing ice on the floor and then gently laying down next to it. He then filed an insurance claim for the ambulance ride and hospital treatment that followed the “fall.” Unlike the fall, the filing of the claim may actually harm him, as he was arrested for filing a false claim.
This incident is a great reminder to maintain surveillance cameras where appropriate. Cases often come down to the credibility of the plaintiff. But cameras don’t lie.
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