Zalma’s Insurance Fraud Letter – May 15, 2016

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Zalma’s Insurance Fraud Letter

May 15, 2016, Volume 20, No. 10  bz-9

In this, the tenth issue of the 20th year of publication of Zalma’s Insurance Fraud Letter (ZIFL), Barry Zalma, on May 15, 2016 continues the effort to reduce the effect of insurance fraud around the world. The issue indicates that, regardless of some success, the efforts must be increased.

Insurance fraud investigations must be conducted fairly, thoroughly, and always in good faith. Insurance professionals must understand and act ethically in everything they do in their claims investigations and evaluation of an insurance policy and its coverages.

The current issue of ZIFL reports on:

  • Speaker of N.Y. Assembly Will Serve 12 Years in Prison For Fraudulently Sharing Attorneys Fees With Lawyers
  • Barry Zalma
  • The Claims Commandments – 1-3
  • Proformative Academy Webinars
  • Good News From the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud
  • MetLife Securities Agrees to $20 Million Fine
  • Books from Barry Zalma
  • Insurance Fraud by Insurers
  • Wisdom
  • The Zalma Insurance Claims Library
  • Health Insurance Fraud Convictions
  • Books from the American Bar Association by Barry Zalma
  • Other Insurance Fraud Convictions
  • Zalma Insurance Consultants Provides the Following Services to Its Clients
  • Zalma’s Insurance 101
  • Zalma’s Insurance Fraud Letter

Zalma on Insurance

I have also created a video blog called Zalma’s Insurance 101 which currently has over 697 three to four minute videos starting with “What is Insurance” and moving forward to the Release of All Claims explaining the basics of insurance and insurance claims handling in a painless fashion that can be viewed every morning with the first cup of coffee at Zalma’s Insurance 101.

The videoblog is adapted from my book, Insurance Claims: A Comprehensive Guide available at the Zalma Insurance Claims Library

Read the last two issues of ZIFL at 

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