Monthly Archives: April 2016

Insurance 101 – Chapter 12 – Volume 42 – The Reaction of the Witness

The Reaction of the Witness How the witness is reacting to the interview—is extremely important. With experience, an alert interviewer can easily determine what effect his or her various approaches are having on the witness. If a conscientious interviewer has … Continue reading

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Insurance 101 – Chapter 12 – Volume 41 – The Length of an Interview

The Length of an Interview The three main factors that determine how long the interview should last are: • the physical condition of the witness; • the subject of the inquiry; and • how the witness reacts to the interview. … Continue reading

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Insurance 101 – Chapter 12 – Volume 40 – The Emotionally Upset Witness

The Emotionally Upset Witness The interviewer can point out how the emotionally upset witness can get relief. Relief is only available if he or she tells the truth and relieves the burden from his or her mind. The  interviewer concentrates … Continue reading

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Insurance 101 – Chapter 12 – Volume 39 – More on the Witness

More on the Witness These indications are not a guarantee that the witness is untruthful. They are only indications that the interviewer should continue in the effort at uncovering the truth. Common experience suggests the following as general signs of … Continue reading

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