I work as a case manager and my job is to help clients complete their QR7 Report (quarterly report) for Social Services (California). I receive the reports, fill them out, have clients sign them and mail them to Social Services. I had a client whose report was past due and he was in danger of losing his benefits, but he was not available for a signature. So I wrote his name in the signature line. Turns out I filled out the report wrong and reported an income that he did not get. He went to Social Services recently and they showed him the report and the "signature". He's understandably upset because he didn't get his benefits, so my agency is covering the cost. But what will happen to me? I won't get fired, but can the client sue me even when he receives the money from my agency?