Conducting business in what is often termed the nation's epicenter for organized auto insurance fraudsters--namely, those who deliberately crash vehicles and falsely report injuries from auto accidents--is a challenge.  For Florida-based Direct General Insurance Co., that challenge may have temporarily lessened somewhat, thanks to a recent eight-month investigation and resultant dismantling of an organized "crash ring."

Direct General reports that its collaboration with law enforcement agencies has resulted in the dismantling of a major auto insurance fraud ring in Central Florida.

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