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Zalma's Insurance Fraud Letter -- September 15, 2010

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    A New Weapon Against Insurance Fraud Culver City CA - September 15, 2010: Do police agencies, prosecutors and judges in your state refuse to arrest, try and
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    A New Weapon Against Insurance Fraud

    Culver City CA - September 15, 2010:

    Do police agencies, prosecutors and judges in your state refuse to arrest,
    try and convict insurance fraud perpetrators? Do judges in your state dole
    out minimal punishments for major insurance fraud criminals? If so, consider
    the action of Explorer Insurance Company who refused to continue to be the
    victim of insurance fraud in Florida by refusing to write insurance in the
    state any longer.

    The Eighteenth issue of the fourteenth year of the free Zalma's Insurance
    Fraud Letter (ZIFL) explains why the actions of Explorer are worthy of
    emulation. If the state allows insurers to be defrauded without fear of
    arrest, conviction or jail time, it is time to leave the state and do
    business in a state where the insurer can make money without being
    victimized regularly.

    ZIFL also reports on the action of the Kentucky Supreme Court who refused to
    reinstate a disbarred lawyer who had been convicted of insurance fraud,
    prints Chapter 3 of Barry Zalma's novel, "Arson for Profit," and reports on
    multiple convictions for insurance fraud with widely divergent sentences
    that explain the reasoning of Explorer in Florida and indicate other states
    where Explorer's methodology should be emulated.

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



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    Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE
    Law office
    Barry Zalma, Inc.
    Zalma Insurance Consultants
    4441 Sepulveda Boulevard
    CULVER CITY CA 90230-4847

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