Caught on Tape: Phony Falls that Cost You Money

In Florida, the "Olive Oil Woman" picks up a bottle of olive oil, pours it on the floor, stashes it on a shelf, returns to her slick and performs not one fall, but two.
In Florida, the "Olive Oil Woman" picks up a bottle of olive oil, pours it on the floor, stashes it on a shelf, returns to her slick and performs not one fall, but two.
Insurance fraud involving property and casualty claims has become big business - costing American consumers an estimated $30 billion a year.

CBS News investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson reports one of the fastest-growing scams involves slipping and falling on purpose.

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    Sharyl Attkisson is a CBS News investigative correspondent based in Washington.