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    David G. Pipes, CLU®, RICP®PRO
    Business Development Officer, T.D. McNeil Insurance Services, Fresno, California
    This is not legal advice. Anytime you intend to defraud a company or an individual you are subject to being sued. For example if you said you were operating your car when it struck a tree when the truth was your brother was driving the car, his license was suspended and you had signed a form excluding him from coverage, you could be sued, particularly if the company had settled the claim before they discovered your deceit.
    Answered on November 7, 2014
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    Jim WinklerPRO
    CEO/Owner, Winkler Financial Group, Houston, Texas
    That is a great question! While it isn't common for insurers to file suit against you, it is possible that they would. There would have to be a reason on their part to do so, and usually that implies that there was something on your part that they felt wasn't done, or was misrepresented. If your company is making noises about suing you, get a lawyer that will help you sort it out. Good luck, and thanks for asking!
    Answered on November 10, 2014
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