Claims Magazine is twittering every day about breaking news and timely topics — not to mention keeping readers up to date on what’s being posted on What is Twitter? It is a way to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent messages that are 140 characters or less.

You can “follow” Claims Magazine’s postings by clicking here. In the meantime, below is a sample of the many tweets made throughout this week and last:

  • Wondering how technology can improve satisfaction levels in auto claims? Tune in to next week’s webinar for answers.
  • We’ve posted a new video! In this edition of Claims Scene, I chat with IASIU about a fraud analyst designation program.
  • Coming soon in October’s print issue and online: The 2010 Salary Survey results! Interesting figures & feedback as usual.
  • Given the recent flooding in Wisconsin, this week’s web exclusive on maximizing flood recovery is perfectly timed.
  • WSI says the tropical storm season has gone “supernova” and ups its prediction for the remainder of the year.
  • Be sure to bookmark our state-by-state guidelines for P&C claim handling. It’s a great resource!
  • Let’s start things off easy today with our Insurance Fraud of the Week: From Food Court to Courtroom.

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