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A New York woman really hit a wall when she was charged with insurance fraud and falsifying business records following a car accident.

Heidi LaViolette, 42, was in an accident in Sand Lake on Nov. 13, 2008, in which her car hit the side of an unoccupied house. After suffering a broken ankle, fractured rib, and collapsed lung during the accident, she filed an application for no-fault benefits seeking compensation for both medical expenses and lost wages.

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