What can I do about insurance fraud by my former employer?

Question Details: I got into a car accident last month in which I suffered a concussion. My doctor wrote for me to not work for a few days, then to transition into work to not trigger my symptoms. I was working 4 hour days so I didn't overdue it. My employers laid me off at the end of the month. I have been trying to work with them to talk to my car insurance so I can get wage loss for the time I missed. My prior employer has misinformed the insurance agent twice. She had stated I didn't miss but 2 1/2 days and said I had always worked 4 hour shifts. Then I told my agent that was false and asked her to call to clarify, she then said that I had changed my schedule to 4 hours a day prior to the car accident so therefore insurance can't help me again because it's not related to my accident. That statement is false though. I was working 8:30 am-6:00 pm prior to my car accident. How can I prove they lied or what can I do?

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