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Predictive Tools, Preventive Practices: Strategies For Winning The Battle Against Insurance Fraud

 Wednesday, December 7, 2022

 Risk & Insurance

There’s no sugarcoating it: Insurance fraud hurts everyone.

‘As fraud is perpetrated, it increases claim costs, which increases overall risk, which increases premiums, which increases the cost of goods and services performed by the companies paying the premiums,’ said Jon Shifflett, AVP, investigative services, CIS, at AmTrust.

‘So, the cost trickles down to, really, everybody.’

However, ‘we’re seeing … the industry making significant progress in identifying and pursuing those who are perpetrating fraud,’ Shifflett added.

That’s great news, considering the large monetary consequences that stem from intentional acts of insurance fraud.

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