Insurance Fraud Defense Attorney
The German Village law office of Terry K. Sherman operates in state & federal courts providing experienced and reliable white collar crimes defense for clients throughout Columbus, OH area. Not only can an insurance fraud or forgery indictment leave you with a potential felony conviction, jail time and a permanent criminal record, but also it may virtually bankrupt you with fines and restitution. Do not face these possibilities without a capable defense. Attorney Sherman’s bio.
Insurance Fraud or Forgery Charges
If you have been charged with, are being investigated for, or are under suspicion for insurance fraud, make sure you hire an attorney you can rely on to provide effective and proven representation. These can be serious crimes with consequences, including imprisonment, fines, and restitution, leaving those convicted facing a lifetime of challenges.
Strength & Knowledge In Insurance Fraud Cases
When you make a claim on an insurance policy, such as homeowners or car insurance, insurance companies aggressively review your claim looking for any hint of fraud. Whether they suspect you may have exaggerated the claim or that you have staged the event, insurance lawyers aggressively pursue anything they perceive as wrongdoing.
Whether we are fielding expert testimony to support your case or the results of our own independent investigation, we represent clients accused of all financial crimes. Whether you are an individual, a small-business owner, a health care provider or another professional, insurance fraud attorney Terry Sherman can help build your defense.
Aggressive Representation For Forgery Charges
Similarly, individuals charged with forgery, whether documents, money or government identification, face similar charges and consequences. “Crimes of misrepresentation”, such as forgery & fraud, can lead to a criminal record, significant fines, financial troubles, and jail.
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