We represented an insurance agent in 2016 who was accused by a former partner of diverting premium payments from his clients.  Over a two-day hearing, the Department of Insurance aggressively brought evidence and witnesses against our client alleging that he was dishonest and lacked integrity.

We successfully proved that the client did not divert any funds and demonstrated that his business practices had been corrected.  Instead of revoking the license or even restricting our client’s license at all, the administrative law judge ordered only that he pay a small fine.  His license was otherwise unaffected and he was able to continue operating his successful agency.

This case does not represent a warranty, prediction, or guarantee about your individual matter.

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