Insurance fraud adds up to billions of dollars in losses for the insurance industry each year, ultimately impacting the cost of coverage for consumers. It’s also a serious crime in most states that can result in heavy fines and even jail time. Help us detect fraud by reporting suspicious activity to our Fraud Investigative Unit as soon as possible.
Any deliberate act aimed at defrauding the insurance process is considered fraud. Examples include:
- A fabricated or exaggerated insurance claim
- Falsifying facts on an insurance application
- Submitting claims for damage/injuries that never happened
- Staging an accident or faking an injury, illness, or death