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    Warning - Insurance Fraud Is Not a Concern to Courts The Seventeenth issue of the year of the free Zalma s Insurance Fraud Letter (ZIFL) warns that New York
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    Warning - Insurance Fraud Is Not a Concern to Courts

    The Seventeenth issue of the year of the free Zalma's Insurance Fraud Letter
    (ZIFL) warns that New York courts are now helping fraud perpetrators by
    requiring insurers to discover fraudulent medical billing within 30 days of
    the service. Mr. Zalma explains, also, how a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal
    decision authorizes misrepresentation about military medals earned and why
    it should concern insurers. He summarizes a decision of the Seventh Circuit
    Court of Appeal affirming a conviction for insurance fraud and reports on
    the never ending story surrounding imprisoned lawyers Dickie and Zach

    "Rescission is an equitable remedy that has been part of Anglo-American
    jurisprudence since before the American Revolution" Mr. Zalma said, "yet the
    state of California and the United States Congress now call rescission by
    health insurers 'illegal.' An 'illegal rescission' is an oxymoron." ZIFL
    explains why limiting rescission emasculates the efforts of insurers to
    limit insurance fraud.

    In addition the September 1, 2010 issue of ZIFL publishes the second
    installment in the serialization of Barry Zalma's novel, "Arson for Profit"
    and reports on multiple convictions for insurance fraud across the U.S.

    ZIFL is available free at http://www.zalma.com/ZIFL-CURRENT.htm
    <http://www.zalma.com/> in text or pdf versions.

    ZIFL continues its 14th year of publication dedicated to those involved in
    reducing the effect of insurance fraud. ZIFL is published 24 times a year
    by ClaimSchool <http://www.claimschool.com/> . It is written by insurance
    claims, insurance coverage and insurance bad faith expert and author Barry
    Zalma and is provided free to clients and friends of the Law Offices of
    Barry Zalma, Inc., clients of Zalma Insurance Consultants and anyone who
    subscribes at <http://www.zalma.com/> http://www.zalma.com

    Mr. Zalma is an internationally recognized insurance coverage and insurance
    claims handling expert witness, consultant and author. To be on the FREE
    mailing list as a subscriber to ZIFL <http://www.zalma.com/ZIFL-CURRENT.htm>
    please go to and click on the link where you will be automatically
    subscribed to the ZIFL. ZIFL will be posted in text and in Adobe pdf in full
    color, FREE at http://www.zalma.com/ZIFL-CURRENT.htm.

    If you need additional information contact Barry Zalma at 310-390-4455.


    Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE
    Law office
    Barry Zalma, Inc.
    Zalma Insurance Consultants
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    CULVER CITY CA 90230-4847

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