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Impersonations for Doctor Visits Make Fraud Case Unique

Thursday, May 29, 2014 | 0

By Joey BerlinSouthern Bureau ChiefIn the annals of workers’ compensation fraud cases, the case of Carlos Perry may qualify for a special place in history.Perry, 57, was sentenced earlier this month to 12 years in federal prison for a scheme in which he played multiple roles. He impersonated the owner of a nonexistent business in Virginia and Tennessee, filed fraudulent injury claims on behalf of fake employees, and then – taking his fraud to a perhaps-unseen new level – impersonated his fake employees, getting their fake injuries examined at real doctor’s visits.All to...

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