We explain the 4 scenarios where people tend to be arrested and charged with car insurance fraud, also called car insurance fraud or car insurance fraud.
The first is when an accident or the theft of your car is staged or you set fire to your own car to collect the insurance money. The second scenario is when people make a false claim that they steal car assets. Third, there is an inflated claim for damages, often damage to the automobile. And finally you are getting an automobile insurance policy by deliberately using a false address.
In this video, a former California prosecutor discusses common situations in which charges for automobile insurance fraud can arise.
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