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vehicle-tree collision In May 2015, Ms. Pena filed a workers’ comp claim with the business’ insurer for injuries sustained in a one car motor vehicle accident when she drove a client’s brand new SUV off of a road and into a tree. (Photo: Shutterstock)

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The owner of a Rockland County, New York, automobile window tinting business and his wife have been charged with defrauding the workers’ compensation system after the wife allegedly crashed a client’s new Mercedes SUV while on a joyride and then claimed the car was being used as part of her employment.

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