Fun, Frolic, Fall and Fraud

Tis officially the holiday season! Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve are all right around the corner. This time of year brings Football, Fall Festivals, School Carnivals and of course “Black Friday”. These are just some of the activities…

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Summer: The Season of Justice

Memorial Day, 4th of July, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, school vacation, family vacations, sports activities, beach activities and yard maintenance.  What do all these things have in common?  Summer! A time when people are outside, enjoying the good weather and sunshine.

This also means that it’s a great opportunity to gather critical information on your claimant’s activities outside of the home. Keep in mind that this season and these unique opportunities don’t last forever and cannot be recreated. Our Investigations Division is well equipped to schedule surveillance investigations on or around these critical summer months.

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Are You in Compliance?

Each state has different requirements to effectively fight against fraud, and it is the responsibility of the insurer to stay up to date on the governing statues in the states in which they do business. To help combat increasing risk…

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Hurricane and Storm Fraud

The season for Tropical Storms and Hurricanes are upon us.  Hurricane Harvey dropped more than 50 inches of rain in Houston and went toward Louisiana, which was hit hard by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. This was the most rain ever recorded in the contiguous U.S. from a hurricane. Homeowners across Texas will soon be facing the challenges of re-building their homes from scratch.

In addition, Hurricane Irma is one of the strongest storms ever recorded in the Atlantic. It has already caused devastating effects in the Caribbean and is expected to hit Florida soon.  According to Governor Scott, this storm is already larger and stronger than Hurricane Andrew which caused extensive damage to Floridians.

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