There Must be a Special Unit of Insurance Fraud Prosecutors in the Offices of the Attorneys General


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Until the states, the local police agencies, the district attorneys, the United States Attorneys, and the Attorneys General of the various states join in the battle it will be fought to a stalemate. The insurance industry cannot successfully fight insurance fraud alone.

Insurance industry sources estimate insurance fraud from lows of $80,000,000,000 ($80 billion) a year to highs of $300,000,000,000 ($300 billion) a year. 

Insurance fraud is not a local problem. It is a depletion of the wealth of the entire country. The lawyer for the Department of Insurance of each state is the State Attorney General. A special unit could be established in the office of the Attorney General.  This unit should be given a simple mandate: File and prosecute every insurance fraud brought to the unit by the Fraud Division that has a better than 50% chance of success.

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