Claims Magazine Editor-in-Chief Christina Bramlet is twittering every day about breaking news and timely topics — not to mention keeping readers up to date on what’s being posted on propertycasualty360.com. 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: 

  • Check out the new portal website, where you can access all of Summit Business Media’s publications for a full… http://fb.me/SCxvb5FF

 

  • Cutting costs doesn’t have to mean cutting quality of service. Read our web exclusive for tips on how to manage costs: http://ow.ly/3BlBK

 

  • An auto glass business owner is involved in a clear case of fraud. Find out how investigators saw through his plan here: http://ow.ly/3AbrV

 

  • In April we reported on a former cop who committed arson, insurance fraud, and theft. Read new details about his case: http://ow.ly/3AbqL

 

 

  • An Insurance Research Council study found that 22 percent of auto claims in the New York City area are likely fraudulent: http://ow.ly/3zA34

 

  • Toyota’s recall woes persist as seven insurers file subrogation suits against the auto giant: http://ow.ly/3zpcj

 

 

  • Two firms are compiling data about the industry’s labor trends. Find out how you can participate here: http://ow.ly/3zoTU

 

  • Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. is narrowing its focus and selling its third-party claims unit for $278 million. http://ow.ly/3yQv1

 

 

 

 

 

  • The onslaught of winter weather on the East coast may have seemed rough, but wait until all of that snow starts to melt: http://ow.ly/3CvrJ