Insurance Fraud Attorney

Insurance agents owe certain duties to their clients. Among these duties is a suitability requirement. The suitability requirement calls for an insurance agent to look at the circumstances of a client's situation to determine what is an appropriate amount of life insurance to sell to that particular client. Some of the factors that should be considered include what sort of assets the client has and how many children he or she has and what the eventual insurance proceeds will be used for.

The suitability requirement mandates that an insurance agent only sell a proportional amount of insurance to a client. Unfortunately, it can be too tempting to sell a client more insurance than he or she needs in order to profit from the additional commission that accompanies selling more insurance than is needed.

If you have been sold more insurance than you need, there is action that can be taken. Under California law, insurance fraud can be grounds for rescission, or the undoing of the contract. Punitive damages may be available as well. It will be critical to work closely with a lawyer who knows how to present a compelling claim.

A History Of Success In Insurance Fraud Litigation

Attorney Marc Zussman has been helping people fight insurance and investment fraud for more than 15 years. He began his legal career more than 40 years ago and spent a number of years serving as a Deputy Public Defender for the County of Los Angeles and as a Deputy City Attorney for the City of Los Angeles before focusing his career on helping victims of fraud. His strength as a litigator is critical in developing a powerful claim for liability and damages. Mr. Zussman has obtained seven-figure sums for clients in the past. If you have a viable claim for insurance fraud, he will spare no effort to help you recover all compensation available under the law.

Contact Los Angeles Insurance Fraud Lawyer Marc Zussman

To schedule your free initial consultation, call 424-835-5733 or toll free at 866-451-2517, or contact him online.

In most cases, Mr. Zussman only charges attorney's fees if funds are recovered for you.