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Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company
Columbia, South Carolina
(all states, except New York)
NAIC Number 0416-62049
The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company
NAIC Number 0565-67598
Provident Life and Accident Insurance Company
(all States, except New York)
NAIC Number 0565-68195
Provident Life and Casualty Insurance Company
(New York and other states)
NAIC Number 0565-68209
First Unum Life Insurance Company
New York, New York
(New York only)
NAIC Number 0416-64297
Unum Life Insurance Company of America
(all states, except New York)
NAIC Number 0416-62235
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What it means to you
Insurance fraud is a problem across the United States, believed to be the second largest white-collar crime in the country. Often mistaken for a victimless crime, insurance fraud affects everyone by making insurance premiums more expensive. Colonial Life aggressively pursues individuals who fraudulently misrepresent the facts in an effort to receive, or continue to receive, a cash benefit.
How you can help detect fraud
Our experienced employees play a critical role in detecting cases of insurance fraud, and information from citizens like you can be instrumental in helping us identify suspicious events surrounding a claim. If you have reason to suspect insurance fraud, we encourage you to report your knowledge or observations by contacting us directly.
Disability insurance fraud may involve misrepresentation of a disability or of pre-existing medical history, or it may involve a claimant having secondary employment while they collect disability payments. Life insurance fraud may involve an insured person who misrepresents their medical history. Or, life insurance fraud can involve more elaborate schemes by organized groups that create fictitious insured identities or fraudulently use the viatical process.
If you suspect insurance fraud, help us reduce fraud and the related costs. Make us aware of your suspicions by calling our Fraud Hotline at 800-455-0392. Additional information on insurance fraud can be found at www.insurancefraud.org.