DFS investigators claim that Davis knowingly made false statements during his hiring that set him up to receive workers' compensation and then perpetuated the lie that he previously had not received workers' compensation for his back injury.
"Davis' history of two prior workers' compensation claims, that both resulted in civil action, would show an advanced knowledge of his medical claims history," officers wrote. "Had Davis disclosed this information during his pre-employment questionnaire,
However, Davis also allegedly told investigators that he only knew he injured his "tail bone" in a previous claim and did not know that consisted of his lower back.
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