What recourse do I have if a salesperson forged my signature on a life insurance application?

Question Details: I had spoken with an agent to secure a whole life insurance policy for my son. I was told at the time they company did not mail out copies of the policies. Now 6 years have passed and due to a health issue, I was getting paperwork together for my son. I called the corporate office and asked about a copy of the policy. I was informed that not only did they not sell whole life policies at that time, I should have received a copy. The company mailed out my application and copy of policy and I discovered my signature was forged. What recourse do I have?

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