What is my recourse for being forced to commit insurance fraud by my employer?

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What is my recourse for being forced to commit insurance fraud by my employer?

As lead dental assistant I have been forced to order crowns for the past 2 years of a lesser grade than what the patients and insurance companies are paying for (no less than 100,000 in fees). I have approached the dentist on several occasions and have been told just to go with it and keep quiet in order to keep my job. Can I sue them in civil court for insisting I commit insurance fraud?

Asked on February 18, 2012 under Employment Labor Law, Georgia

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