A producer who lost his license in 2016, for fraud and forgery now charged with selling a nonexistent annuity to a trusting client of his financial planning business.
A Lowell-based insurance producer, who disappeared with insureds’ premium payments, is allowed to surrender his licenses.
A temporary staffing company cheated its compensation insurer out of $110,000 in premium, now the owner is under indictment.
A Worcester man, previously convicted of insurance fraud, has been rearrested nine years later for the same type of fraud.
A grand jury has indicted Accurate Collision and its owner, Adam Haddad, for insurance fraud involving eleven insurers.