Miami Insurance Fraud Attorney
Defending Against Hard & Soft Fraud
Insurance fraud is a very serious criminal offense. Most forms of insurance fraud are felonies, and this means a minimum term of imprisonment in a state penitentiary for 1 year. It is crucial that you take action to protect your rights and future by consulting a lawyer at our firm as soon as possible.
At Hager & Schwartz, P.A. you will have the benefit of experienced representation. As former prosecutors, we understand how the other side thinks and operates and can, therefore, predict their next move - allowing us to provide all the more effective defense representation.
A defense lawyer at our firm can protect your rights in the face of any type of insurance fraud charges, including the following:
- Making false invoice to defraud insurer
- Making false affidavit to defraud insurer
- Burning to defraud the insurer
- False and fraudulent insurance claims
- False and fraudulent motor vehicle insurance application
Insurance Fraud: Penalties Upon Conviction
The specific penalties that you may face for an insurance fraud offense may vary depending upon the value of property involved in the violation. For example, if an insured commits insurance fraud and this is valued at $100,000 or more, he or she may face first-degree felony charges, punishable by up to 30 years in prison.
No matter the specific insurance fraud charges that you may be facing, an attorney at our firm can help. By contacting us for a free consultation, you can find out exactly what we can do to help you and what you are up against in regards to your criminal charges. By acting quickly, you are benefiting the outcome of your case as we are generally able to be more effective in reaching a positive outcome when we are involved earlier. Whether you have been accused of insurance fraud in relation to auto insurance, medical insurance, life insurance or homeowners' insurance, consulting a lawyer will be the first step in working toward a successful case outcome.