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"We continue to aggressively fight insurance fraud on behalf of those directly harmed in these cases," Taylor said. "Insurance fraud is a serious crime that drives up the cost of insurance for all Ohioans and in order to bring offenders to justice we continue to work with our law enforcement partners at the local, state and federal level."
Taylor said Ohioans, prior to buying insurance products from an insurance agent or agency, should contact the Department at 1-800-686-1526 to ensure they are properly licensed. Consumers are also encouraged to call 1-800-686-1527 if they feel they have been deceived or suspect someone has committed insurance fraud. Information about insurance and how to prevent and report insurance fraud and professional misconduct is available at www.insurance.ohio.gov.
The Department's top statewide fraud and enforcement cases for 2013:
Coshocton Woman Sentenced for
Coshocton Duo Associated With Health Care Fraud Scheme Sentenced
Two Former Lorain County Title Agents Sentenced for
Miami County Resident Sentenced for Fraud Involving
In August, a Miami County Common Pleas Judge ordered
Boardman Chiropractor Sentenced for
In March, chiropractor
Fake Health Insurance Entity Issued Permanent Cease and Desist Order
In October, the Department issued a final order to
Reynoldsburg Agent Loses License after
In July, the Department revoked the license of
Berea Agent Loses License for
In December, the Department revoked the insurance license of
Worthington Agent Submits Bogus Applications to Generate
In June, the Department revoked the insurance agent license of
In August, the Department revoked the insurance license of
You can follow the Department on twitter @OHInsurance and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OhioDepartmentofInsurance.
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