Insurance fraud is a crime on both the civil and criminal level, which means that not only will you have to pay hefty fines upon your conviction, but you can also be sentenced to complete a prison term. Medical insurance fraud, for example, is considered a federal crime. If you are a victim of insurance fraud or denied an insurance claim, then suing the insurance company for denying a petition is the best decision.
As more groups come together to rally against enforcing stricter laws, that would not allow people to so easily receive money on the basis of false claims. And the sentencing for these crimes has increased as well, with most of the convicted serving actual jail time.
Even if you never have committed forgery, you can still end up paying for the money insurance companies mistakenly pay. According to the nonprofit group Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, an organization that prides itself as being a national clearinghouse of fraud information, $80 million a year is stolen due to insurance fraud. This correlates to higher premium rates for every insurance policyholder.
If you find yourself being investigated or accused by an insurance company for fraud, or the police, you should contact an experienced criminal defence attorney in your area who can help you gather the information you need and prepare you for any interrogations or court dates.