Sudden Stop - "Squat" vehicle slows down to close gap between his or her vehicle and the victim's vehicle, then brakes suddenly causing a rear-end collision with victim.
Backing - Victim's vehicle collides with suspect's vehicle while backing out of a driveway or while backing out of a parking space in a parking lot. Right of Way - Suspect driver appears to give right-of-way to victim driver, usually in an intersection, causing vehicles to collide; suspect later claims no right-of-way was offered.
Fraud occurs when someone knowingly lies to obtain a benefit or advantage to which they are not otherwise entitled or someone knowingly denies a benefit that is due and to which someone is entitled.
According to the law, the crime of insurance fraud can be prosecuted when: The Fraud Division is charged with enforcing the provisions of Chapter 12 of the California Insurance Code, commonly referred to as the "Insurance Frauds Prevention Act," California Penal Code, Sections 549-550 and California Labor Code, Section 3700.5.
Include suspicious claims involving murder for profit and claims pertaining to viatical settlements.
Claimant Fraud - Suspicious employee applicant claim.
Pharmacy - Pharmacist or pharmacy inflates bills or falsifies billing; person illegally obtains medical prescriptions and submits prescriptions for habitual need.
Medical Provider - Medical provider inflates billing, knowingly submits bills with improper medical codes and misrepresents facts.
Employer Defrauding Employee - Employer committing illegal act against employee(s).
Legal Provider - Legal provider inflates billing or materially misrepresents the facts.
Phantom Vehicle - Solo vehicle crashes due to vehicle of unknown origin/description.
Hit and Run - "Hit and run" vehicle strikes victim's car and leaves scene of the accident.