Workers’ compensation — Denial — Fraudulent, false, or misleading statements for purpose of securing workers’ compensation benefits — Fraudulent provision of invalid social security number — Judge of compensation claims properly denied entitlement to workers’ compensation benefits based on claimant’s fraudulent provision of an invalid social security number on form provided by medical care provider to whom claimant was referred following workplace injury — Claim that statute is unconstitutional as applied to claimant, an illegal alien, because it is preempted by Immigration Reform and Control Act is without merit — Claimant’s lack of lawful immigration status is not a defense to providing fraudulent information to obtain benefits
44 Fla. L. Weekly D2647b
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