Take a stand against insurance fraud.
Insurance fraud is a crime that occurs when someone knowingly lies to an insurer in order to receive payments. These crimes can drive up insurance premiums for everyone. Allstate works to fight against insurance fraud to help protect you from these increases. You can learn how to identify and report fraud so that you lower your chances of becoming a victim of a scam.
Fraud hurts everyone.
Insurance fraud can happen anywhere and come in many forms. While you may not be directly involved with a fraudulent claim, this type of crime can drive up insurance premiums for all policyholders.
Allstate helps fight fraud.
To help prevent insurance fraud from increasing your premiums, Allstate partners with law enforcement and regulatory agencies to help fight fraud every day. You can also explore Allstate resources that can help you identify and report insurance fraud crimes.
Protect yourself> from fraud.
According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), insurance fraud pushes up the average American family's auto insurance premiums by as much as $300 per year¹. Fraud isn't always easy to detect, but you can learn how to spot an insurance scam.
Avoid consumer scams.
From faked injuries to staged thefts, fraud comes in many forms. Knowing what to look for and understanding how fraud affects you can help you avoid scams.