Like A Bad Neighbor.

It always amazes us to learn that a substantial percentage of Americans believe it’s okay to rip off their insurance company. Perhaps these are the same folks who think it’s “expected” to stroll from movie to movie in a multiplex on a single ticket, or sign up for free giveaways like tee-shirts or bobblehead dolls at the ballpark in return for a new credit card, knowing they will cancel the card when it arrives in the mail.

In any case, insurance fraud is seen as nothing more than a minor transgression–probably added into the cost of the policies, people rationalize.

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