Zalma's Insurance Fraud Letter, November 1, 2007
- Information on Dealing with Fraud in a Disaster from Zalma's Insurance Fraud Letter
November 1, 2007 -- Culver City, California
The California Firestorms that have ravaged the state in October and November 2007 prompted ClaimSchool to lead the November 1, 2007 issue of Zalma's Insurance Fraud Letter (ZIFL) with a detailed article on fighting fraud in a disaster. The article was written to provide claims personnel working the fire catastrophe with sufficient information to recognize fraudulent claims and to be sufficiently knowledgeable to help both insureds and their insurers avoid the expense of fraudulent claims. The article is a supplement to the computer based training course published at http://www.claimschool.com.
In addition this month's issue of ZIFL contains articles on the charges against attorney Scruggs in Mississippi, how a Mole Busts a Fraudulent P.I. Lawyer, two new books by Barry Zalma, "California Claims Regulations" and Insurance, how an attempt to hinder the fight against fraud fails, Convictions from the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, and stories about insurance fraud convictions across the country.
Zalma's Insurance Fraud Letter is available free at http://www.zalma.com . Subscriptions are available by sending an e-mail to zalma@... with your full name, title, company, and mailing address.
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