(DMC No. 9815): Mr. S. was involved in a nasty divorce with his wife. She had stored numerous items to be resold as antiques in her house. When she left, she filed an insurance claim stating that there was 40,000-50,000 in damage and theft. Mr. S reported her to the insurance company and informed them that he was the true insured party and was the one who suffered the actual loss. The insurance company tried to claim that this was somehow a fraudulent statement. We were able to show that the fact that he was a victim of theft (even though it was from his wife who he was divorcing) still entitled him to a lawful insurance claim.