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Insurance Law Attorneys

Has your insurance company mistreated you? When you purchased your policy, you were undoubtedly sold the promise that when the time came, you would have the support and assistance you needed. Since then, you have faithfully paid your premiums, confident that you were investing in your future security. If your insurer has wrongfully denied, delayed, or underpaid your claim, you may have grounds for legal action to recover damages.

When ready to take action against your insurance company, come to Swenson Law Group. Our firm is committed to representing individuals mistreated by their insurance companies, including claim denials, payment delays, insurance cancellation following a claim, and low insurance refunds. If you have been paying your premiums, the insurance company should be there for you in your time of need. Call today to schedule a consultation with one of the attorneys at Swenson Law Group. 

Insurance Law

Like most people, you probably don’t think about insurance law very often. But if you’ve been involved in an accident or have suffered a loss, you may need to seek the services of an insurance law attorney.

Insurance law covers a wide range of topics, including:

  • auto insurance
  • health insurance
  • life insurance
  • and property insurance 

Insurance law attorneys can help you navigate these policies’ complex laws and regulations.

If you’ve been wrongfully denied benefits by your insurer we can help recover damages. And if you’re facing criminal charges related to your insurance policy, we can help you fight for your rights.

No matter what your situation is, it’s important to have an experienced insurance law attorney on your side. Contact an insurance law attorney today to learn more about your legal rights and options if you’ve been involved in an accident or have suffered a loss.


Criminal Charges

In insurance law, criminal charges may be brought against an insurer in many different ways. The most common is through the use of the False Claims Act, which prohibits making false or fraudulent claims for payment from the government. In addition, criminal charges may also be brought under state laws prohibiting insurance fraud.

The False Claims Act is a federal law that prohibits any person or entity from knowingly submitting a false or fraudulent claim for payment from the government. The act applies to all insurance claims, including those made under Medicare, Medicaid, and other government programs. Penalties for violating the False Claims Act can include fines of up to $250,000 per false claim and up to five years in prison.

In addition to the False Claims Act, several states have laws that make it a crime to commit insurance fraud. Insurance fraud is any act committed to defraud an insurance company. This can include making false or misleading statements on an insurance application, filing a false claim, or engaging in other unlawful activities designed to collect insurance benefits.

Penalties for insurance fraud vary from state to state but can include fines and imprisonment. In some cases, convicted criminals may also be required to pay restitution to the insurance company they defrauded.

If you have been charged with committing insurance fraud, it is important to seek the help of an experienced attorney immediately. An attorney can review the facts of your case and help you understand your legal options. In some cases, it may be possible to have the charges against you dismissed or reduced.

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