(1) Alabama does not have an Insurance Fraud Bureau; a fraud unit is established within the Department of Insurance.
(2) Fraud bureau set up in the state Attorney General’s office.
(3) In the District of Columbia fraud is investigated by the Enforcement and Investigation Bureau in the Department of
Insurance, Securities and Banking which investigates fraud in all three financial sectors.
(4) Fraud bureau set up in the Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner.
(5) No fraud bureau. Fraud can be reported to General Fraud, Department of Insurance and the Illinois Department of Insurance,
Workers’ Compensation Fraud Unit.
(6) The Maine Bureau of Insurance does not have a fraud investigation unit. Fraud can be reported to the Bureau of Insurance
office of Fraud and Abuse.
(7) Required as of September 11, 2018.
(8) Arson only.
(9) Fraud can be reported to the Department of Insurance, Criminal Investigations Division.
(10) Auto only.
(11) Fraud Bureau set up in the state police office.
(12) No fraud bureau. Fraud can be reported to the Department of Justice, Division of Criminal Investigation or the Workers’