Ben E. Fox is a partner in the Atlanta litigation firm, Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore,... more
Ben E. Fox is a partner in the Atlanta litigation firm, Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore, LLP. His practice concentrates on actions brought under the federal False Claims Act, RICO Act, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Mr. Fox graduated Order of Coif from the Univ. of Virginia School of Law, where he was an editor of the Virginia Law Review. Following a federal appellate court cl... view profile
Wayne Taylor is an AV rated trial lawyer who joined Mozley, Finlayson & Loggins LLP (... more
Wayne Taylor is an AV rated trial lawyer who joined Mozley, Finlayson & Loggins LLP (www.mfllaw.com) as a partner in 1995. For the past 26 years, Mr. Taylor has maintained a national practice representing insurers primarily in sophisticated insurance coverage and bad faith matters, including commercial property and business interruption, bad faith and extra-contractual litigation, excess and s... view profile
Shattuck (Tucker) Ely is a trial attorney with ten years of experience litigating... more
Shattuck (Tucker) Ely is a trial attorney with ten years of experience litigating complex civil cases. His diverse litigation practice includes a variety of business litigation matters, with an emphasis on representing policyholders in disputes with insurance carriers.
Insurance fraud occurs when someone lies about an injury or loss to collect money from an insurance company. If you are accused of making a false insurance claim, you want to contact an insurance fraud lawyer. For example, if you make a claim for physical therapy treatments for a bad back and your insurance company first pays for the therapy, but then claims you never had the treatments, you may need to talk to a medical insurance fraud attorney. Likewise, if another driver totals your car but your insurance company insists the accident was your fault, you need to talk with an auto insurance fraud lawyer.