An intentional act designed to deceive a person, business or government agency is considered an act of fraud. Mail fraud, credit card fraud and tax evasion are among the many ways in which you can violate Florida or federal law. There may be a bevy of negative...
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Month: May 2023
3 common types of life insurance fraud
According to studies, life insurance fraud costs insurers more than $300 billion each year. Unfortunately for insurance policyholders in Florida, a large portion of that cost gets passed onto them through higher premiums. There are three types of life insurance fraud...
The collateral consequences of a criminal conviction in Florida
Unfortunately, a criminal conviction in Florida doesn't just end with a jail term, a fine or community service; a record can follow someone for years or even a lifetime. Just about anyone can see criminal history records unless the court seals them. Understanding...