Auto Fraud: Running through the medical mill

The insured reported that she was driving her insured vehicle when another vehicle ran a stop sign and collided with her. She complained of neck, back and side injuries; her two children and another passenger were also injured.

The investigation revealed several red flags and discrepancies: soft tissue injuries, medical mill provider involvement and evidence of legal solicitation. Medical records appeared to include exaggerated treatment and inflated billing. We also confirmed that the insured provided a false residence address. The policy was rescinded. Estimated savings: $89,245.