One might assume that insurance fraud crimes only affect insurance companies. That perspective, however, is not taking the whole picture into account. Insurance fraud isn’t only harmful to insurance companies. It can also have a direct and negative impact on individuals, communities and small businesses. So what defines insurance fraud?
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Unfortunately, financial fraud is a rather prevalent crime that can cause businesses millions. Even worse, fraud is very difficult to prove. It is not uncommon to see organizations or companies negatively affected by fraud. Not to mention they often have few options for retaliation or protection. If you have come