Some of the articles you can read in this issue of ZIFL follow.:
“Capabilities like predictive analytics, machine learning and AI deliver much deeper insights than business rules alone.”
The prosecutor did not engage in misconduct by referring to Exhibit 1 in closing argument. The record shows that the prosecutor correctly described Exhibit 1 as summarizing the policies and claims that AFLAC had identified as fraudulent. Moreover, aside from AFLAC’s identification, there was independent evidence in the record supporting the notion that the policies and claims listed in Exhibit 1 were in fact fraudulent.
More Insurers Adopt Advanced Analytics to Combat Growing Insurance Fraud
- Insurance Fraud Becomes Inconsequential Because of Murder
- Crooked Insurance Agent Stays in Jail
- Insurance Fraud – A Crime of Moral Turpitude – Requires Deportation
- Good News from the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud
- Health Insurance Fraud Convictions
- Other Insurance Fraud Convictions
- Insurance Claims Library
- Even the Stupid Can Become a Citizen but not a Convicted Insurance Fraudster March 29, 2019
- A Library of Books for Insurance Claims March 28, 2019
- Crooked Insurance Agent Stays in Jail March 28, 2019
- Books for Everyone Interested in Insurance March 27, 2019
- You Only Get What You Pay For March 27, 2019
- The Good Faith & Fair Dealing Claims Professional March 26, 2019
- Defendant Ignores Local Rules & Fails to Prove Insured Peril Caused Loss March 26, 2019
- To be or Not to be an Insurance Professional – Do it Now! March 25, 2019
- Proof of Breach of Standard of Care Required to Sue Agent or Broker March 25, 2019
- Needed by the Insurance Claims Professional March 22, 2019
- Faulty Workmanship Not an “Occurrence” March 22, 2019
- Do You Want to be an Insurance Professional? Here’s How! March 21, 2019
- Insurer may Subrogate Against Insurer’s Policy Aquired under MSA March 21, 2019
- Insurance Claims and Insurance Law Books from Barry Zalma March 20, 2019
- Insurance Fraud Becomes Inconsequential Because of Murder March 20, 2019
- Fun for the Insurance Professional – True Crime Stories of Insurance Fraud March 19, 2019
- You Can’t Change the Terms of a Contract by Argument on Appeal March 19, 2019
- It is Time to Improve the Skills of Insurance Claims Personnel March 18, 2019
© 2019 – Barry Zalma
This article, and all of the blog posts on this site, digest and summarize cases published by courts of the various states and the United States. The court decisions have been modified from the actual language of the court decisions, were condensed for ease of reading, and convey the opinions of the author regarding each case.
Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE, now limits his practice to service as an insurance consultant specializing in insurance coverage, insurance claims handling, insurance bad faith and insurance fraud almost equally for insurers and policyholders. He also serves as an arbitrator or mediator for insurance related disputes. He practiced law in California for more than 44 years as an insurance coverage and claims handling lawyer and more than 50 years in the insurance business. He is available at http://www.zalma.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Zalma is the first recipient of the first annual Claims Magazine/ACE Legend Award.
Over the last 51 years Barry Zalma has dedicated his life to insurance, insurance claims and the need to defeat insurance fraud. He has created the following library of books and other materials to make it possible for insurers and their claims staff to become insurance claims professionals.
Passover Seder for Americans
Passover is one of the many holidays Jewish people celebrate to help them remember the importance of G_d in their lives. We see the animals, the oceans, the rivers, the mountains, the rain, sun, the planets, the stars, and the people and wonder how did all these wonderful things come into being?
All Jewish fathers are required to teach their children, at least once a year at the Passover holiday, about the exodus from slavery in Egypt. For American Jews who have difficulty understanding Hebrew and complicated books describing the Exodus, my wife and I wrote this book to use for our own Seder where each member of the family reads part of the book.