1. Insurance Fraud — FBI
Description: It is the most common type of insurance fraud. Generally, an insurance agent fails to send premiums to the underwriter and instead keeps the money for personal use.
2. Insurance Fraud - FindLaw
Description: Insurance fraud occurs most often when an insured individual or entity makes a false or exaggerated insurance claim, seeking compensation for injuries or losses that didn't occur. Learn about insurance fraud and more at FindLaw's Criminal Charges section.
3. Insurance Fraud. Report It. End it. - State of New Jersey
Description: Insurance fraud is a crime that involves knowingly providing false information to an insurance company in order to receive compensation or benefits. Insurance fraud may include filing a false claim or exaggerating damages, injuries or other losses. Identify fraud.
4. Insurance Fraud - Investopedia
Description: Insurance Fraud: An illegal act on the part of either the buyer or seller of an insurance contract. Insurance fraud from the issuer (seller) includes selling policies from non-existent companies ...