In the world of insurance, some of the questions around a claim often involve determining whether or not a claimant is being entirely truthful about what happened, what was lost or the true value of the items involved in the loss.

At the recent RIMS annual conference and exhibition in San Diego, Calif., Pamela Meyer, founder and chief executive officer of Calibrate, a Washington, D.C.-based company that provides deception detection training for businesses, highlighted some behaviors that could indicated an insured is being less than truthful.

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