The purpose of an insurance fraud investigation is to gather evidence to establish whether a suspected fraudulent claim is legitimate or a fraud. If the facts revealed by the investigation establish that the claim is legitimate the fraud investigation stops and the claim is paid. If the facts revealed by the investigation support the suspicion, then further evidence must be gathered to allow the insurer to determine whether it should deny the claim and refuse to pay.
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