1.||DavidMorse.com Fraud Chronicles 12: Hey Mister, Put Down That Tire Iron|
Insurance fraud hurts everyone. When someone lies about being disabled, or worse yet, collects disability benefits while going out and getting another job and working, that inflates the cost of insurance for everyone.
When a case contains indicators of possible fraud, an investigator is often brought ...
[Added: 25 Feb 2007 Hits: 1276 Words: 884]
2.||FraudChronicles.com 3: The Wicked Witch of Insurance Fraud|
Appearances can be deceiving. Some older lady may remind you of your grandmother, that is, until she starts filing fraudulent insurance claims. At that point, the proper action is not to throw water on her, but to document the fraud and turn it over to the insurance company and the ...
[Added: 03 Feb 2007 Hits: 939 Words: 740]
3.||DMAClaims.com Fraud Chronicles 10: Diagnosis – Fraud|
Occasionally a person gets traumatized in the workplace, and a psychiatrist can't figure out what's wrong with them. But sometimes, it's so simple that it eludes the "professional" with the supposedly advanced degrees, but is plain as day ...
[Added: 03 Feb 2007 Hits: 856 Words: 493]
4.||FraudChronicles.com 2: You Insulted My Equipment!|
When a person commits insurance fraud, by claiming to be injured or disabled from a work-related incident when they are not, honest people suffer through higher insurance premiums. It is estimated that 25% of all ...
[Added: 21 Jan 2007 Hits: 737 Words: 653]
5.||DMA Claims Services Fraud Chronicles 9: Busted on Fairway Five|
There's something about the idea of someone living the high life, while out on a fraudulent disability claim, that rankles those of us who have to work for living.
In suspicious disability cases, an investigator is often brought in to find out the true facts. DMA ...
[Added: 21 Jan 2007 Hits: 767 Words: 619]
6.||DMA Claims Services Fraud Chronicles 8: Greasy Spoon Film Busts Fraudster|
The whole point of Workers Compensation insurance is to pay benefits to people who have been injured on the job, and cannot work. But what if someone is not really injured, and actually can still work? If they claim they are unable to work and collect benefits, but ARE able ...
[Added: 16 Jan 2007 Hits: 756 Words: 777]
7.||David Morse & Associates Fraud Chronicles 7: Perils of Car Maintenance|
Insurance fraud is a crime, defined as "when someone knowingly and with intent to defraud, presents or causes to be presented, any written statement that is materially false and misleading to obtain some benefit or advantage, or to cause some benefit that is due to be ...
[Added: 08 Jan 2007 Hits: 588 Words: 678]
8.||FraudChronicles.com 1: Dancing on Disability|
Insurance fraud is one of the biggest problems facing the insurance industry today. It is estimated that between 10% and 33% of all insurance claims contain some element or degree of fraud. Each year, fraud costs the insurance industry $96 billion. And in just the ...
[Added: 31 Dec 2006 Hits: 654 Words: 730]