An administrative assistant admitted to stealing over $35,000 from an Adams County dentist’s office, forging insurance claims, and depositing checks into her personal account, according to court documents.
July 19 Fraud Insurance Industry Litigation Risk Management Pennsylvania

Auto theft in Canada has decreased by 17% in the first half of 2024, thanks to increased border patrols, police collaboration, and government actions, a report finds.
July 19 Auto Fraud Legislation & Regulation Risk Management

Hackers claim to have stolen and leaked over a terabyte of Disney’s internal Slack messages and files.
July 19 Fraud Insurance Industry Litigation Technology

From a dead giraffe in a zoo to discovering an ancient burial ground, insurance adjusters share their most bizarre and unexpected claims in a fascinating Reddit thread. These stories range from the humorous to the eerie, offering a unique glimpse into the unpredictable world of insurance.
July 16 Fraud Litigation Property Weird Florida Missouri Oklahoma

AT&T paid a hacker $370,000 to delete stolen call and text records of millions of customers. The hacker, part of the ShinyHunters group, claims to have wiped the only complete dataset, but some risks remain.
July 15 Fraud Litigation Risk Management Technology

Medicare Advantage insurers received $50 billion from questionable diagnoses, including diseases like diabetic cataracts and HIV, for conditions that were not treated or didn’t exist.
July 8 Fraud Insurance Industry Legislation & Regulation Technology Alabama Arizona Florida Georgia Massachusetts

In the first half of 2024, hackers stole $1.38 billion from cryptocurrency platforms, double the amount stolen in the same period in 2023, according to TRM Insights.
July 8 Fraud Risk Management Technology

A Pennsylvania solicitor was arrested for an insurance fraud scheme that caused nearly $20k in roof damage to a homeowner’s property in 2023.
July 8 Fraud Insurance Industry Litigation Property Pennsylvania

Artificial intelligence is aiding insurers and employers in reducing workers comp costs by identifying difficult and fraudulent claims, but it remains a tool for claims handlers rather than a replacement.
July 8 Fraud Insurance Industry Technology Workers' Compensation California Georgia Massachusetts Missouri

An insurance adjuster uses a debtor’s own words to return a wrecked truck to his driveway, forcing the claimant to finally cooperate.
July 2 Auto Fraud Insurance Industry Litigation

A survey in Ireland and the UK by Aviva finds four in ten respondents might exaggerate home insurance claims for extra compensation, with a majority supporting stricter penalties for fraud.
July 1 Fraud Insurance Industry Property Risk Management

Nearly 200 individuals, including 13 from New Jersey, have been charged in a $2.75 billion health care fraud scheme that targeted Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE, and private insurers.
July 1 Fraud Legislation & Regulation Life & Health Litigation New Jersey

The Alameda County District Attorney’s Consumer Justice Bureau has filed a lawsuit against several home insurance carriers in California, including Farmers Insurance Exchange.
June 17 Fraud Legislation & Regulation Litigation Property California

Gemini has reached a $50 million settlement with the New York Attorney General’s office, resolving allegations of defrauding investors.
June 14 Fraud Legislation & Regulation Litigation Technology New York

In response to massive fraud during the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. lawmakers are advocating for reforms to restore confidence and integrity in the unemployment insurance program.
June 13 Fraud Insurance Industry Legislation & Regulation Risk Management California Illinois

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