On my Workman Comp. Case, an edited video of my injury date was used during trial to stop my TTD payment and rule my case in their favor.
Everything I stated was clearly edited out and a very poor digital video was used in their place to win their case.
That been said, what Court do I file my Civil and Criminal complaint to?
I don't understand how this is fraud. Did your attorney object to this video as being incomplete? DId the arbitrator rule against your attorney's objections?
Most behavior in a litigation setting is either completely or partially privileged, so it's awfully difficult to prove fraud.
More information needed to see if this even qualifies as anything that is actionable.
I completely agree with my colleague mr. Hoffman is analysis and recommendations should be followed if you have a case speak to a lawyer.
No attorney client relationship has been formed until you sign a representation agreement.
I would only add that the Illinois Worker's Compensation Commission has a fraud unit you can contact if you have evidence of video manipulation/tampering. It is certainly worth talking to them.
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