This is not related to law, but to some extent, it helps shed some light on what my clients deal with when it comes to their insurance policies. As a general practitioner of the law, I deal with a lot of legal issues ranging from insurance claims to identity theft. This is how exciting my career is. A couple of months ago, I was targeted for an insurance scam and I couldn’t resist screwing with them. I knew they weren’t from around here because they would’ve recognized me as an attorney. They even had a small office to make them legit.
They offered a sweet premium policy wherein I could get my investment in 20 years even if I did take money out of the policy. There were other bonuses so I pretended to be blown out of my mind. When the contract was given out, I spotted some illegalities and I told them I wanted to consult a lawyer prior to signing. They obliged and I came back the next day with a warrant and some police officers. It turns out they were a group of people who already had existing records of fraud.
I tell this lesson to my clients who want to get insurance policies and I show them a copy of the contract of an insurance scam.