When an insurer suspects fraud, it will usually ask an attorney to get involved. Attorneys who are retained in such situations are specialists who have either received specialized training or have sufficient experience concerning fraud and the evidence necessary to prove fraud to handle these cases. Many are CFEs and all make it a practice to attend continuing education classes that relate to fraud issues.
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