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Insurance Question from El Dorado, KS

Asked on 12/02/2015

How do I report to your company a fraudulent auto accident claim that I have knowledge of & stay completely anonymous? I have knowledge of an auto claim against your company that is being bragged about as done intentionally. The driver bragging was rear ended by a young man driving a co. vehicle that is insured by your company. The bragger admits he pulled out of 1driveway, had his blinker on to turn into the 2nd driveway of a convenience store located on a major hiway knowing his taillights were very hard to see & literally starting to melt the lenses. He's now hired an atty to recover so called injuries that are VERY preexisting & worried someone is watching him. How do I proceed w/this info?

Answer given on December 03, 2015

I don’t know what company you are referring to as I don’t work for an insurance company


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