Corruption came naturally — and prolifically — to public adjuster Jorge Fausto Espinosa.

The South Florida man recruited dozens of homeowners to burn or flood their places for about $14 million of inflated insurance claims as Espinosa helmed one of the most legendary adjuster plots in a state where brazen insurance scams sprout like sawgrass.

Espinosa earned a percentage of the insurance payouts he lined up for client homeowners via his firm, Nationwide Adjusters. The bigger the damage, the fatter his insurance take — around 30% of the payout.

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