Personal injury claims constitute one of the most frequently filed civil lawsuits in the United States. When an individual suffers harm due to the actions of businesses, organizations, or governments, they reserve the right to pursue legal action through a personal injury lawsuit.
According to NJ.com, Alexander Goldinsky, a 58-year-old employee in a multi-business complex, recently found himself in the spotlight. The complex features a communal cafeteria equipped with an icemaker and drink dispenser. Unfortunately, the slippery nature of partially melted ice, a fact many of us have experienced firsthand, led to Goldinsky’s alleged attempt to fake a back injury out of frustration with his employer.
Purposely scattering a few ice cubes on the floor, Goldinsky staged a fall, waiting for someone to attend to him before he made any attempt to get up. Unbeknownst to him, the entire act was captured by surveillance cameras. As he proceeded to file an insurance claim, authorities swiftly apprehended him upon viewing the footage, charging him with insurance fraud and theft. This incident serves as a reminder that dishonesty does not pay off in the end