Fraudulent Insurers - Who do I call?

I won't mention names here, but I've been working for an insurance company, and they have been having temps (data entry clerks) sign documents as the licensed adjusters with denial letters on claims, lien letters, and other insurance-related claim documentation. I remember seeing that this was happening with a major bank on 60 minutes, and that they were prosecuted and investigated as a result. I even addressed my concerns with my superior, and was told that it is part of my job and not to ask questions. When I refused, I was terminated. I'm wondering who I can call. I checked out Better Business Bureau's website, but I was hoping someone might know a more insurance-specific regulation agency that I can report this to. This is but one of several fraudulent actions the company has engaged in. I know they specifically deal with claims from hurricane Irene, as well as daily catastrophes with home, commercial, and auto insurance. Any tips are welcomed.

Asked By: Zina - 9/21/2011
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if you are in the United States, that insurance company is regulated by the state in which it does business. That state office has a website which probably has the contact information you seek... More
Answered By: Spock (rhp) - 9/21/2011
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Your state's insurance board and/or Attorney General.
Answered By: Welcome to my Nightmare - 9/21/2011
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