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house fireThe FBI reports the American insurance industry consists of more than 7,000 individual companies which together collect over $1 trillion a year in premiums. Not surprisingly, the size of the industry and the money involved serves as an attractive moral hazard to thousands of private individuals and businesses to engage in insurance fraud. The total cost of non-health insurance fraud is estimated to be more than $50 billion per year, resulting in increased premiums of $400 - $700 per household.

Our attorneys have successfully handled hundreds of cases involving arson and insurance fraud—suspicious fires, overstated claims, staged accidents and burglaries. From the inception of the claim to the courtroom, we zealously advocate for our clients with integrity and professionalism as we prepare reservation of rights letters, take examinations under oath, write coverage opinions, and handle Missouri Department of Insurance complaints.

We also provide comprehensive training of adjusters and field adjusters in taking recorded statements, working with public adjusters and code of regulations compliance.