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what is the leagal ramifications for falsying a signature

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I work for an occupational health nurse who has her own business. I believe she copied a patients name from another form and copy it a form with my signature. She than faxed it to the patients phyisician to obtain information for a workman comp claim. Can I be held liable?
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  rvlaw replied 9 years ago.


No because you didn't perform the act. As a practical matter, wasn't she supposed to get the MD's records for the comp claim of the patient? Why did she do what she did?


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