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Florida Woman Charged With Workers' Compensation Fraud, Larceny

August 14, 2014

 

The Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice'sOffice of Chief State's Attorney issued the following news:

 

KATHLEEN WILLIAMS, age 66, of 1335 Fleming Avenue 52, Ormond Beach, Florida,was arrested today and charged with one count each of Workers' Compensation Fraud and Larceny in the First Degree.

 

According to the arrest warrant affidavit, in July of 1986, Williams' husband sustained a work-related injury and, as a result of that injury, began to receive permanent total disability workers' compensation benefits. From January of 2008 through August 2009, Liberty Mutual Insurance made several attempts to resolve the remainder of the claim with a lump sum settlement benefit payment to Williams' husband. All Settlement offers made by Liberty Mutual were rejected, according to the warrant.

 

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