Insurance fraud can be committed upon customers, through the sale of unlicensed or bogus insurance coverage to unsuspecting clients, or by an insurance broker or agent’s diversion or theft of insurance premiums paid by clients.
Insurance fraud may also be committed by policyholders, or those pretending to be a beneficiary to a policy, through, for example, the filing of fraudulent claims or the providing of fraudulent information when applying for a policy. Third parties may also commit insurance fraud through bid rigging by repair contracts, or healthcare insurance fraud by healthcare providers.
If you have questions or concerns about possible insurance fraud committed against you or your business, contact an attorney at Murray & Murray today for a free consultation at (800) 624-3009.
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