Report Insurance Fraud

What is Insurance Fraud?

Fraud occurs when someone knowingly lies with the intent to obtain some type of benefit or advantage from an insurance company that they are otherwise not entitled to receive.

A good-faith disagreement between an insurance company and a consumer about a claim is not insurance fraud. Neither is an insurance company's decision to decline your insurance application or to not renew your coverage. 
Insurance fraud impacts many different industries including:
  • Automobile Collision
  • Automobile Property
  • Medical
  • Life
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Fire
  • Property
  • Healthcare
  • Casualty
  • Agriculture/Livestock

If you think you have information about someone committing insurance fraud 
Call 1-800-TEL-NICB
(Anonymous tip line to the National Insurance Crime Bureau)

Investigators take all tips seriously and confidentially.

If you would like more information about insurance fraud please visit the State of Minnesota Commerce Fraud Bureau.