Zalma’s Insurance Fraud Letter
July 1, 2015
Compliance With The California SIU Regulations
To sign up for the live webinar by Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE on July 8, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. Pacific Time and 11:00 a.m. Eastern time, go to: http://www.complianceonline.com/compliance-with-the-california-siu-regulations-webinar-training-703989-prdw?channel=M3_NW_JL08_Barry_JN19_BR or call Toll Free: +1-888-717-2436
This webinar will provide the annual training required by the SIU Regulations required of all anti-fraud personnel and will highlight the effort to reduce the multi-billion dollar crime that bleeds the insurance industry of potential profits.
Sometimes Insurance Fraud Doesn’t Pay
In this, the thirteenth issue of the 19th year of publication of Zalma’s Insurance Fraud Letter (ZIFL) Barry Zalma, on July 1, 2015 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.
The current issue of ZIFL reports on:
1. False Claim Conviction Affirmed in Utah.
2. New From Barry Zalma, “Insurance Law” published by the National Underwriter Company.
3. Fraud Fails – Insured Must Pay Insurer.
4. E-Books from Barry Zalma
5. Health Insurance Fraud Scheme Conviction Affirmed
6. The Zalma Insurance Claims Library
7. Minnesota Adds New Anti-Fraud Laws
8. Renzi Stays in Jail.
9. Webinar – Compliance With the California SIU Regulations
10. Good News
The issue closes, as always, with reports on convictions for insurance fraud across the country making clear the disparity of sentences imposed on those caught defrauding insurers and the public with sentences from probation to several years in jail.
ZIFL is published 24 times a year by ClaimSchool. It is provided free to clients and friends of the Law Offices of Barry Zalma, Inc., clients of Zalma Insurance Consultants and anyone who subscribes at http://zalma.com/phplist/. The Adobe and text version is available FREE on line at http://www.zalma.com/ZIFL-CURRENT.htm.
THE “ZALMA ON INSURANCE” BLOG
• When Does an Endorsement Supersede the Base Coverage Wording? – June 30, 2015
• When is a “Known Loss” Not Known? – June 29, 2015
• Can Insured Get Back Premium if No Loss? – June 26, 2015
• SIU Regulations Webinar – June 25, 2015
• Can an Insured Receive Coverage for Breach of Fiduciary Duty – June 25, 2015
• What is a “Residence Premises” & Who Are Resident Relatives? – June 24, 2015
• Condition Precedent Enforced – June 24, 2015
• Does the Notice-Prejudice Rule Unfairly Disadvantage an Insurer of Its Contractual Rights? – June 23, 2015
• When Must An Appraisal Award Be Reversed? – June 22, 2015
• What is The Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing? – June 22, 2015
• What is Insurance? – June 19, 2015
• Millions for Defense and Never Accept Fraud – June 19, 2015
• Is an Arson Fire Vandalism in Tennessee? – June 18, 2015
• May Insurers Insure Against Punitive Damages? – June 17, 2015
• Innocent Misrepresentation Supports Rescission – June 16, 2015
• The “Chutzpah” of Fraud Perpetrators – June 15, 2015
• Appraisal Can Stay Litigation – June 12, 2015
• Conflict of Interest Required To Remove Counsel – June 12, 2015
• Appraisal Award Binding – June 11, 2015
• Vicarious Liability & Additional Insured Endorsement – June 11, 2015
NEW FROM NATIONAL UNDERWRITER
Available from the Zalma Insurance Claims Library.
Insurance Law is the most comprehensive, and yet practical, insurance law authority available today. Written by nationally-renowned insurance coverage expert Barry Zalma, an insurance coverage attorney, consultant, expert witness and blogger, Insurance Law introduces the new insurance professional to the fundamental principles of insurance and provides the experienced litigator analyses of today’s leading insurance law decisions nationwide.
Mr. Zalma is an internationally recognized insurance coverage and insurance claims handling expert witness or consultant. He is available to provide advice, counsel, consultation, expert testimony, mediation, and arbitration concerning issues of insurance coverage, insurance fraud, first and third party insurance coverage issues, insurance claims handling and bad faith.
Mr. Zalma publishes books on insurance topics and insurance law at http://www.zalma.com/zalmabooks.htm where you can purchase e-books written and published by Mr. Zalma and ClaimSchool, Inc. Mr. Zalma also blogs “Zalma on Insurance” at http://zalma.com/blog.
You can follow Mr. Zalma on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bzalma