’s Claims Channel Editor Christina Bramlet is twittering every day about breaking news and timely topics — not to mention keeping readers up to date on claims-related news and analysis 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” Christina’s postings by clicking here. In the meantime, below is a sample of the many tweets made throughout this week and last:

Three have been arrested in Tampa for auto insurance fraud & selling without a license:

A Calif. business owner was sentenced to 4 years in jail after misrepresenting company payroll and job classifications:

RT @JimPattillo: Alabama tornadoes to produce litigation –

IASIU donates to fund honoring former org. members and fallen Louisiana investigators, Rhett Jeansonne and Kim Sledge:

AccuWeather predicts the U.S. will be hit by 4 tropical storm systems this year, further draining state budgets:

One Hollywood film star watched his legacy shatter…literally. Here’s how his insurer picked up the pieces:

RT @iiiorg: Companies giving back – RT @TRV_Insurance: 2011 Travelers Championship Generates in Excess of $1 Million for Charity

Registration for the 66th annual WCEC is underway! CE credit is available. Reserve your spot:

With a deadline approaching, Congress is receiving conflicting advice on how to handle the NFIP Write-Your-Own program:

I posted 16 photos on Facebook in the album “ACE America’s Claims Event 2011″

A new U.K. law brings harsh penalties for uninsured drivers. Offenders face criminal charges, having cars destroyed.

In an exclusive interview after delivering his ACE keynote, Cozen talks about Japan and a certain well-known “pay czar.”

The flooding in Minot, N.D. differs from what we’ve seen with the Mississippi River. The Weather Channel explains why:

RT @MyContentsClaim: What’s your contents claim strategy? Innovation is directly linked to performance & growth thru improvement… (cont)

Allstate seeks to recoup $1M in yet another fraud-related lawsuit filed in NY. This latest case brings the tally to 31.

RT @FLUnderwriter: Another insurance fraudster bites the dust in Florida. Who’s on the state’s “Most Wanted” list now?

RT @insurancecvg: Join me: “Executive Summary,” Woodruff-Sawyer webinar for CFOs, GCs, D&Os, w/ me, Priya Cherian Huskins & Lauri Floresca

Sometimes stories just don’t add up. In this case, the stories of 32 people did add up … to $3 million in fraud:

RT @mashable: Google attracted more than 1 billion visitors per month, a first –

Adjusters & third-party administrators made it onto IBIS World’s list of the top 10 fastest-growing industries:

Although vehicle thefts are a declining trend nationally, they continue to riddle the West Coast:

AIR Worldwide’s President and CEO clears up misconceptions about the company’s hurricane model: