New Jersey contractor, 58, caught on camera throwing ice cubes on the floor before forging a slip and falling into company cafeteria in insurance scam sentenced to probation
- Alexander Goldinsky, 58, from New Jersey, was found guilty of insurance fraud
- He was caught on the camera that falsified a fall in a company in the town of Woodbridge
- Goldinsky deliberately spilled a cup of ice on the floor and then lay down
- He then waited to be discovered and finally filed claims for an ambulance ride and treatment for injuries he said to have received from the fall
A man from New Jersey who committed insurance fraud by pretending to be slipping and falling after throwing ice on the floor in an office where he worked was sentenced to two years' probation and 14 hours of community service.
He has also been ordered to reimburse $ 563.48 to the health care provider.
Alexander Goldinsky, from Randolph, New Jersey, was caught on surveillance videos in an office cafeteria in Woodbridge, New Jersey, and fell on a floor that he had intentionally smoothed.
Alexander Goldinsky fills a cup of ice cream at an unnamed Woodbridge, New Jersey, company
Goldinsky, an independent contractor working under a company called All Gold Industries, was outsourced to do work for the Woodbridge activities when the fraud occurred.
His sentence came after Goldinsky pleaded guilty to insurance fraud in the third degree in August.
The video shows the 58-year-old who fills a cup of ice from a soda machine in the cafeteria and then walks a short distance before deliberately throwing the cubes on the floor.
He then turns around and takes a few small steps back to where the ice is visible and looks around quickly before he lies down carefully on the floor.
Goldsinky then spills the ice cup on the floor of the empty cafeteria
Surveillance images show that Goldinsky is holding onto a counter that drops to the floor
The video shows that Goldinsky is holding a counter before he sinks to the floor.
Goldinsky then waited on the floor until he was discovered, according to the parquet.
The New Jersey resident was arrested on January 15 and charged with one count of third-degree insurance fraud and one count of third-degree theft-deceiving, prosecutors said.
After looking around, Goldinsky finally lies on the floor and waits to be discovered
& # 39; Fraudulent claims cost everyone and we will aggressively prosecute those who illegally manipulate the system & # 39 ;, said Andrew Carey, public prosecutor in Middlesex County.
Goldinsky was arrested on January 15 for filing a false insurance claim for the ambulance ride and local hospital treatment for injuries he claimed to have sustained in the & # 39; fall & # 39 ;.
The prosecution of Goldinsky was part of the state competition of the state of New Jersey against the crackdown on insurance fraud through the County Prosecutor Insurance Fraud Realty Program.
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