- Friends I have just published to my site, http://www.zalma.com, the August 1, 2008 issue of Zalma s Insurance Fraud Letter. You can subscribe to the textMessage 1 of 1 , Aug 1, 2008View SourceFriends
I have just published to my site, http://www.zalma.com, the August 1, 2008 issue of Zalma's Insurance Fraud Letter. You can subscribe to the text version by simply placing your e-mail address in the box at the zalma.com.
In this month's issue you can read the following:
Barry Zalma to Speak to Canadian Bar Association
Editorial concerning the need to cooperate with your insurer's investigation or lose coverage.
Life In Prison for Insurance Fraud
Heads I Win, Tails You Lose, Returns
Why Plead Guilty to Fraud If Not Guilty?
Rescission of HMO Contracts
Watch out for Fake Receipts 6
The Never Ending Story More on Scruggs
Warning From California Insurance Dept. 7
Reports of Convictions For Insurance Fraud
You can read ZIFL on line in pdf format or subscribe to the text version by putting your e-mail address in the box at http://www.zalma.com below the link to the column.
ZIFL is published twice a month by Barry Zalma and ClaimSchool, Inc.
Regards,Barry Zalma, Esq.
Barry Zalma, Inc.
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