3 edition of Arson, fraud and first party insurance law found in the catalog.
Arson, fraud and first party insurance law
by R.F. Watters in St. Louis, MO (705 Olive St., Suite 1100, St. Louis 63101)
Written in English
|Statement||Russell F. Watters ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Watters, Russell F.|
|LC Classifications||KFM7988 .A97 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 451 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||451|
|LC Control Number||95185351|
In the Insurance Fraud Bureau's first year or operation, the usage of data mining initiatives exposed insurance fraud networks and led to 74 arrests and a five-to-one return on investment. The Insurance Research Council estimated that in , 21 to 36 percent of auto-insurance claims contained elements of suspected fraud. The intent of the crime should be to commit insurance fraud. The punishment for first-degree arson in Idaho is spending up to 25 years in prison and paying a fine of up to 1, 00, dollars. In some cases, the punishment may involve maximum prison time as well as maximum fine.
Tyler Chen, 46, and his wife, Kim, 45, were arraigned in court yesterday in the Santa Clara County Superior Court following their arrest on multiple felony counts of insurance fraud and arson for their role in allegedly setting fires in a fraud scheme scamming five insurance companies out of $4 million. Four co-conspirators were also arrested and charged in the alleged fraud scheme. Arson and Insurance Fraud in Michigan. Many cases of arson, especially in economically depressed areas of Michigan, stem from attempted insurance fraud: the owner of a house or building discovers that his insurance payout in the case of a fire is more than the property is worth, and he/she either sets fire to the property himself/herself, or. Check the individual course or courses you are enrolling in. Fundamentals in Coverage and Claims Law - $ Claims Fraud Fundamentals - $ Law of Contracts Tort Concepts Tort Theories and Defenses Law of Agency Law of Bailments Law of Damages Law of Subrogation Liability Insurance Principles Comparative Negligence Law Of Evidence .
Fraud — deception or artifice used to cheat or intentionally mislead. This is closely related to misrepresentation and concealment. Proof of fraudulent acts by an insured in procuring insurance may lead to a denial of coverage and voiding of the policy by the insurer. Arson and fraud claims present major challenges to the insurance industry and require specific and particular experience. Proper handling of these claims is the key to building a successful arson or fraud defense, beginning with an immediate and thorough investigation of the scene. Insurance companies and law enforcement alike have an interest in thoroughly investigating the true origin of fires because arson can cause tragic loss of property and life -- and boost the cost of insurance for all policyholders. In fact, many insurance companies now have special arson fraud divisions dedicated to investigating suspected arson.
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