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Fraud in the U.S. has reaches well beyond the borders to fund illegal activities globally.
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Remember when the tools of the trade for adjusting insurance claims involved an instant camera, a voice recorder, a calculator and estimating sheets? Not anymore.
Coverage requires more than just a “feeling” that it should exist for a loss.
Fraud affects every aspect of insurance, costing consumers $80 billion annually.
New technology could transform the P&C and auto collision repair industries.
This auto fraud is alive and well. Here’s how to conduct a successful investigation.
Misinformed drivers think they have coverage when they really don’t.
With a new year upon us, have you given consideration to your professional goals and resolutions for 2015? The time is now.
BI severities are rising faster than inflation, but here’s how to curb those numbers.
Now that the recent hurricanes and wildfires have subsided, here are seven things you can do to make sure your business is ready for the next disaster.
American International Group Inc. lifted limits on property claims tied to acts of terrorism to $1 billion as clients ask for more protection in larger cities.