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According to the Insurance Fraud Prevention Authority, a Liberty Mutual insurance agent caught a public adjuster in the act of damaging a residence he was supposed to be representing. The home belonged to a couple who had reported storm damage and had hired the public adjuster to handle the claim for them.

The IFPA reported that the public adjuster and Liberty Mutual had made arrangements to meet on site to assess the property on Jan. 31, 2006. The Liberty Mutual agent arrived early for the meeting and waited in her car. While waiting, she noticed a man drive up to the house in a Jeep Cherokee, take out a step ladder and a crow bar, and begin removing siding from the garage.

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