A Miami insurance agent, who was allegedly diverting his customers’ checks into his personal account, has been arrested for insurance fraud, according to the Florida Department of Financial Services.
Authorities in Hialeah, Hialeah Gardens, and Medley took to the streets on Thursday in search of drivers using fake insurance cards.
The man behind one of the largest fraud schemes in the state’s history will be sentenced Friday in federal court.
State insurance fraud agents call it Operation Leaky Pipes–a countywide effort to bust homeowners who inflated or created water damage in their homes and filed phony insurance claims to have repair work done.
In the continuing crackdown on staged auto accidents in Florida, authorities have charged 33 more people in the scam that is used to defraud insurance companies out of millions of dollars.
Prosecutors have uncovered 21 people, based out of local clinics, involved in elaborate scams that totaled almost half a million dollars in phony medical bills.
Broward Sheriff’s deputies and officers from more than 70 police agencies in the tri-county area took part in a one day crackdown on drivers with phony proof of insurance on Tuesday.
A Miami boat captain who allegedly sank $1.86 million yacht off the Bahamas as part of an insurance fraud scheme has been arrested.
The owner of a Miami massage clinic has been charged with insurance fraud. Thirty year old Judith Gonzalez is accused of billing insurance companies nearly $250,000 in fraudulent claims.
Insurance fraud investigators in Florida have been seeing them for years: They look like a regular accident you might see around South Florida every day. It starts with a car getting clipped by an SUV. But […]