The Red Flag checklist helps determine whether a rear-end collision may have been a staged accident; this maneuver is referred to as a swoop and squat crash by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud. Claims with numerous red flags may need to be referred to the special investigations unit (SIU).
This is an alphabetical list of area codes by location within the U.S., Canada and the Carribean.
This is a list of U.S., Canadian, and Carribean area codes in numerical order from 201-989.
List of steps to take when handling a claim that includes automobile repossession by a lienholder who reports damage to the vehicle.
Similar to form number 9221F, this checklist lists the steps that an adjuster should take when handling an auto theft claim.
Technical diagram showing the operation of a standard turn signal on an automobile
A unique code of numbers and letters comprise a motor vehicle's Vehicle Identification Number. The VIN indicates the country of origin, manufacturer, plant, vehicle type, make and model, year, engine size, overall dimensions, trim package, brakes and tires, warranty and safety restraints.
Reference chart showing what a person's blood alcohol content may be, based on the number of drinks consumed within an hour. Includes a person's weight as a factor.
Dozens of common building terms and their definitions.
Coinsurance formula and sample calculation for a property claim where the insured did not maintain the required minimum coverage (usually 80% of value) on a structure.