Who says the elections are over? The insurance world's commanders in thief also take office after balloting for the Insurance Fraud Hall of Shame.

The action swirls around jail houses instead of White Houses, insurance policies instead of defense policy and prison terms more than terms of office. The electorate that matters most is a judge and jury.

The no-class of 2016 profiles America's most-brazen convicted insurance criminals of the past year. They were dishonored by a poll of one: the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.

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