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Lying about work injury

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I lied about a work injury but never filed for workers comp

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What is your question?


As noted, there is no question. Did your lie result in some type of action by your employer? Its hard to tell what you are seeking as far as a response from attorneys who participate on this forum... If your concern is whether or not you can be fired for lying, the answer is likely yes, but without more we can't really respond...

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Did you lie saying you were not injured but actually are?


This sounds more like a confession; you lied about being injured at work but, fortunately, you didn't file a claim. Well done; you could have done worse.

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