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In what may become an annual rite, Florida’s Department of Financial Services Division of Insurance Fraud (DIF) conducted a statewide, three-day fraud sweep in late January. The operation, which stretched from Pensacola to Miami, drew upon staff at the various regional offices of the DIF and involved months-long investigations with millions of dollars in potential losses. Of the 84 individuals targeted for suspicion of various forms of insurance fraud, including health, life, auto, property and workers’ compensation insurance, the teams succeeded in bringing charges against 62 of them. Twenty-one of these suspects were charged with workers’ compensation insurance fraud.

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