Insurance fraud occurs in a broad range of contexts and may involve any type of insurance. Common examples include the corporation that "overstates" insurance losses after a natural disaster; the medical provider who renders one service but charges for another, more expensive one; and the business owner who makes just a few false statements in an attempt to secure lower premiums.

The one thing common to all such examples is the certainty that insurance companies will be vigilant about insurance fraud in any form and that they will aggressively seek to have an example made out of you.ttorney