Property Investigation Checklists – 14th Edition

Publisher: Clark Boardman Callaghan, Copyright: 2024

Property Investigation Checklists: Uncovering Insurance Fraud, 14th Edition provides detailed guidance and practical information on the four primary areas of any investigation of suspicious claims:

  •  Recognizing suspicious claims
  •  Proper investigation procedures
  •  Analysis of laws concerning fraudulent personal and real property claims
  •  Evaluating and settling claims

The book also examines recent developments in areas such as arson investigation procedures, bad faith, extracontractual damages, The fake burglary, and Lawyers Deceiving Insurers, Courts & Their Clients During, Catastrophes—A New Type Of Fraud and the appendices includes the NAIC Insurance Information and Privacy Protection Model Act and usuable forms for everyone involved in claims. .

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1. INSURANCE AND THE INDICATORS AND ELEMENTS OF FRAUD
CHAPTER 2. INVESTIGATION
CHAPTER 3. THE “ARSON DEFENSE”
CHAPTER 4. CIVIL REMEDIES: RESCISSION AND AVOIDANCE
CHAPTER 5. CONDITIONS PRECEDENT
CHAPTER 6. AUTOMOBILE MATERIAL DAMAGE FRAUD
CHAPTER 7. GOOD FAITH; BAD FAITH
CHAPTER 8. ADJUSTING AND PAYING THE SUSPICIOUS CLAIM
CHAPTER 9. DISPUTE RESOLUTION—SETTLEMENT AND APPRAISAL
CHAPTER 10. CASE HISTORIES
CHAPTER 11. RESCISSION AS A TOOL TO DEFEAT INSURANCE FRAUD
FRAUD IN THE ACQUISITION OF INSURANCE
CHAPTER 12. LAWYERS DECEIVING INSURERSCOURTS & THEIR CLIENTS DURING CATASTROPHES—A NEW TYPE OF FRAUD — McClenny Moseley & Associates & Louisiana

The newest book joins other insurance, insurance claims, insurance fraud, and insurance law books by Barry Zalma all available at https://store.legal.thomsonreuters.com/law-products/Forms/Property-Investigation-Checklists-Uncovering-Insurance-Fraud-14th/p/107001900 and  the Insurance Claims Library – https://zalma.com/blog/insurance-claims-library/

About Barry Zalma

An insurance coverage and claims handling author, consultant and expert witness with more than 48 years of practical and court room experience.
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