Beverly Hills Defense Attorney, Certified Specialist in Criminal Law, Defends
Insurance Fraud Cases
In difficult economic times, even generally honest people are tempted to
take desperate measures to get out from under a crushing debt, salvage
something from a failing business or rake extra profit from a large, impersonal
agency. A common scheme is insurance fraud, an attempt to collect on a
policy by filing a false claim. There are as many fraud schemes as there
are types of insurance: life insurance, health insurance, automobile insurance,
business or home insurance policies can all be manipulated for unjust
enrichment. If you have been accused of bad faith insurance fraud, you
face felony charges that could result in significant jail time and high
fines while destroying your family, your reputation and your career.
I provide aggressive defense against charges of insurance fraud. As a skilled
criminal defense attorney with more than 40 years of experience, I know
what is required to construct a case for fraud and how to rebut each of
the elements the prosecution must prove. I work closely with you, lending
emotional support as I construct a detailed defense. I am always available
and accessible as your case moves forward. There are no hopeless cases
for me — I do everything I can to uncover and bring to light evidence
that supports you.
Defense against charges of conspiracy to commit insurance fraud
Although it's possible for one person acting alone to commit insurance
fraud, some schemes involve two or more persons acting in concert. Conspiracy
exists when two or more parties agree on a plan to defraud an insurer
and then take some action in furtherance of the plan. One person agrees
to "steal" a friend's car, an associate accepts cash to
torch someone's bankrupt business, or a patient signs off on his doctor's
fraudulent billing of Medicare. Given the nature of conspiracy laws, it's
easy for an innocent person to be targeted in a sweeping investigation.
I provide the comprehensive defense that only an experienced trial lawyer
can, challenging the prosecution's circumstantial evidence to undermine
their case against you.