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Feb. 5, 2024

Lawsuit: Fake court interpreters use real interpreters' identities

A lawsuit has been filed against One Call Corporation, a health care network management company, by the Association of Independent Judicial Interpreters of California, alleging that its employees knowingly impersonated certified court interpreters in workers’ compensation depositions.

A health care network management company knowingly had employees pose as certified court interpreters in workers’ compensation depositions, a new lawsuit filed by a group of California translators claimed.

Defendant One Call Corporation claims on its website to offer the services of both standard and certified interpreters for legal proceedings.

However, the lawsuit filed on Wednesday claims that the company had...

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