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Insurance Fraud Flagstaff AZ

Non-profit sites like the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud (CAIF) report that auto insurance fraud costs a staggering $12.3 billion or more a year. The worst part is that this cost is passed along to consumers, most of whom would never consider committing insurance fraud themselves.

Timothy M Strong
(602) 257-5219
201 E WASHINGTON ST FL 16
PHOENIX, AZ
Specialties
Insurance Fraud, Commercial, Credit Repair, Insurance, Litigation
Education
Harvard University Law School,Brigham Young University Hawaii Campus
State Licensing
Arizona

Jason D Sanders
(602) 257-5233
201 E WASHINGTON ST FL 16
PHOENIX, AZ
Specialties
Insurance Fraud, Litigation, Defective & Dangerous Products, Insurance
Education
Harvard University Law School,University of Nebraska, Lincoln
State Licensing
Arizona

Frank B Jancarole
(602) 277-7100
3707 N 7TH ST STE 250
PHOENIX, AZ
Specialties
Commercial, Personal Injury, Insurance Fraud, Insurance
Education
Arizona State University,Arizona State University,University of San Diego
State Licensing
Arizona

Karl M Tilleman
(602) 257-5244
201 E WASHINGTON ST FL 16
PHOENIX, AZ
Specialties
Insurance Fraud, Insurance, Litigation
Education
Brigham Young University, J. Rueben Clark Law School,University of Calgary, Faculty of Law
State Licensing
Arizona

Kathleen L Beiermeister
8800 N GAINEY CENTER DR STE 261
SCOTTSDALE, AZ
Specialties
Insurance Fraud, Personal Injury
Education
Seton Hall University,Rutger's University
State Licensing
Arizona

Ruth Khalsa
(602) 382-6218
400 E Van Buren
Phoenix, AZ
Specialties
Business, Gaming, Insurance Fraud
Education
DUKE U
State Licensing
Arizona

Sean E Brearcliffe
6262 N SWAN RD STE 200
TUCSON, AZ
Specialties
Commercial, Construction, Class Action, Insurance Fraud, Insurance
Education
Golden Gate University,California State University
State Licensing
Arizona

George V Sarkisov
9304 E RAINTREE DR STE 100
SCOTTSDALE, AZ
Specialties
Insurance Fraud, Personal Injury, Workers Compensation
Education
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Tempe,Arizona State University
State Licensing
Arizona

Bennett Evan Cooper
(602) 257-5217
201 E Washington St #1600
Phoenix, AZ
Specialties
Appeals, Insurance Fraud, Commercial, Credit Repair, Litigation
Education
Harvard Univ Law School,Harvard Univ
State Licensing
Arizona, California

P. Bruce Converse
(602) 257-5274
201 E Washington St #1600
Phoenix, AZ
Specialties
Insurance Fraud, Class Action, Commercial, Credit Repair, Copyright Application
Education
Stanford Univ Law School,Stanford Univ
State Licensing
Arizona, California

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Non-profit sites like the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud (CAIF) report that auto insurance fraud costs a staggering $12.3 billion or more a year. The worst part is that this cost is passed along to consumers, most of whom would never consider committing insurance fraud themselves. Instead, they find themselves paying up to hundreds more annually on their premiums. Money paid by insurance companies for fraudulent insurance claims add to the companies' annual loss, a statistic that is always used to establish future rates. And in the auto insurance industry, fraud is one of the major cost components increasing the price of insurance for consumers.

Auto insurance fraud often involves staged accident rings and the filing of one or more fraudulent accident claims. This can include staged accidents in which the drivers of two or more vehicles intentionally collide, or accidents caused by con artists (involving you in a wreck that is made to look like your fault). Auto insurance fraud can also be performed by auto repair shops or mechanics that bill for unperformed work or parts. Or by individuals who do get in a wreck and claim the loss of more property than was actually in the car, charge for repairs and/or damage that was not due to the current accident, or report fraudulent injury claims of passengers. There also exists in the industry what is known as a "paper claim," which involves an accident that never actually happened and only exists on paper. Organized accident rings often find others in the community to participate in the creation of accidents for a cut of the payout. For this reason, be wary of any unasked-for referrals to places such as repair shops, law offices, or health care facilities/doctors if you are in an accident.

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