hustling


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The illegal soliciting of victims of accidents or dread disease to provide them with services; after being hustled, the patient’s insurance company is usually billed for office visits and treatment

hustling

Medical practice The illegal soliciting of victims of accidents or dread disease, to provide them with services; after being hustled, the Pt's insurance company is usually billed for office visits and treatment. See Ambulance chaser.
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Many of them are still hustling, and some are active drug users.
Virie got a real job working at the paper mill and wanted me to get one, too, but hustling was all I had ever known or wanted to know.
But ambitious viewers can do their own research: Check out the accompanying Web site for complete interview transcripts with a few of the subjects--including number 77 (favors fat clients), 70 (obsessed with his own hair), 90 (has his own dungeon), and 54 (compares hustling to "public relations," no pun intended).
In this fictionalized version of his life story, Curtis ``50 Cent'' Jackson plays Marcus, a hustling would-be rapper who spends most of his time parlaying his charisma and strong organizational skills into a lucrative career as a drug dealer.