Michigan woman’s insurance claim upended by amusement park video

Private eye Chris Charow has seen hundreds of instances of exaggerated injuries, faked injuries and outright fraud that contribute to Michigan’s highest-in-the-nation auto insurance rates.

He photographs people who pretend to slowly limp across parking lots on their way to medical exams for no-fault insurance benefits.

Hours later, Charow, 47, will spy these same individuals appearing healthy and injury-free as they stroll supermarkets or move around their driveway at home. And the visual props that they pulled out for the doctor’s office — walkers, canes, cervical collars — have disappeared.

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