Properly Detecting Fake Fraud News, Using Reliable Data

 Friday, March 23, 2018

 Coalition Against Insurance Fraud

Like or loathe, the term “fake news” is now part of our national culture. Even the venerable Webster’s Merriam Dictionary now includes “fake news." Fakes, frauds and scams are well-known to the fraud-fighting community. Yet how often do we consider the source of information or data we rely upon in our investigation or advocacy efforts? As a child I remember my father somewhat cynically stating the adage: “Figures don’t lie, but liars make figures.” We often use data and reports to support our positions and advance our goals. As an attorney, I was taught to cite the law and information if you want to prevail. It remains good advice.
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