Insurance fraud is defined as fraudulently obtaining compensation or payments from an insurance company. For example, if you intentionally damaged any of your property to receive insurance compensation, you may be guilty of insurance fraud. Penalties for fraudulently obtaining insurance payments can include heavy fines, a permanent mark on your personal record and a possible prison sentence. Insurance fraud can be committed through almost every type of insurer including:
The charges you may are facing are very serious. You must contact a Tampa federal defense lawyer to receive the professional legal representation.
Our law firm, Taracks & Associates, focuses on defending those who have been charged with a federal crime. You need to do everything you can to reduce your charge or see it dropped. The consequences of your actions can have negative life-long affects. Our legal team can help you during this turbulent time. We will bring over forty years of combined legal experience to your case along with our vast knowledge of the Florida legal system. We will review your case and its corresponding evidence to establish what options you have available.
Our firm can provide you or a loved one with an aggressive defense in court. We are celebrating our 20th successful year, and this milestone was achieved through our dedicated work ethic and determined personality. We want what is best for our clients and we will defend you admirably in court of law.
We understand that this is a stressful time for you. Our Tampa criminal defense lawyers are prepared to legally represent you throughout the entire litigation process. The years of experience our firm possesses has helped us learn what to look for in insurance fraud cases. It is important that you allow our legal team to defend your rights in your court and provide you with the best defense possible.
Contact a Tampa insurance fraud attorney if your or a loved one has been charged with insurance fraud. The professional legal services of our firm can help you form a defense for your upcoming hearing or trial.