Jarred Dichek is an experienced litigator who has a reputation for being aggressive and skillful. He specializes in the practice areas of Fraud-SIU, Personal Injury Protection, Fraud Affirmative Action Litigation, Personal Injury Protection Class Action Defense, homeowners insurance fraud, arson, and Personal Injury Protective coverage issues-Declaratory Actions. He also takes Examinations Under Oath and serves as a fee expert in PIP cases. Additionally, Jarred has extensive experience in handling large scale fraud projects against medical clinics, plaintiffs and doctors, which involve staged accident rings, CPT coding fraud, fraudulent or non-existent medical treatment, and homeowners fraud rings.
Jarred is a board member and active participant of the Florida Insurance Fraud Education Committee (FIFEC), the Claims Litigation Management (CLM) Fraud Committee and has participated in several speaking engagements and seminars in the following areas: Advanced SIU Investigations, Pursuing a Civil Fraud and-or RICO Lawsuit, Homeowners Insurance Fraud, Negotiation and Settlement, Filing a Proposal for Settlement, Fraud in the Medical Records, and Personal Injury Protection law.
Jarred was born in Riverdale, New York. In 2001, he received a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Miami. While at the University of Miami, Jarred was on the Provost and Deans list. He was an active member of the Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Fraternity and Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. He participated in many charitable events, such as Hurricanes Help the Hometown, Habitat for Humanities, Toys for Tots, and Make a Wish Foundation. After graduation, Jarred worked at AXA Advisors LLC as a financial planner, specializing in tax and estate planning.
Jarred is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center. During Law School Jarred participated in the International Travel Journal, The Innocence Project, and was a member of Phi Alpha Delta. Jarred was also certified as a Guardian Ad Litem by the Florida Supreme Court and was a Street Law instructor, teaching children about the law.