A person in a business suit holds a piece of paper that says "Insurance" in front of him in one hand, and an ink pen in the other. According to the lawsuits, it all began in 2018 when White approached a Lexington and AIG executive with a plan for an insurance broker to sell accident, liability, and health policies to youth sports leagues. (Credit: nito/Adobe Stock)

One of the oldest insurance agencies in Texas has been named in a federal lawsuit brought by an AIG company, alleging that the agency was part of an elaborate fraud scheme involving forged signatures and fake policies for thousands of apartment residents in the state. The agency, Sanford & Tatum Insurance Agency, filed a crossclaim in Kentucky claiming that they were also victims of the scheme.

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