The Insurance Fraud Deskbook
Author(s): Barry Zalma
Sponsor(s): Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section
Publisher(s): ABA Book Publishing
Product Code: 5190506
2014, 638 pages, 7 x 10
This book is written for individuals who are focused on the effort to reduce expensive and pervasive occurrences of insurance fraud. Lawyers who represent insurers, claims personnel, prosecutors and their investigators can all benefit from this exhaustive resource.
The Insurance Fraud Deskbook is a valuable resource for those who are engaged in the effort to reduce expensive and pervasive occurrences of insurance fraud. It explains the elements of the crime and the tort to claims personnel, and it provides information for lawyers who represent insurers, so they can adequately advise their clients. Prosecutors and their investigators can use this book to determine what is required to prove the crime and win their case.
The full text of decisions from courts of appeal and supreme courts across the country are provided so the reader can understand what happens after the investigation is completed and can apply that information to undertake their own thorough investigations. It allows claims personnel and their lawyers to understand what errors would cause a defeat or a not-guilty verdict.
The effort to reduce insurance fraud requires the assistance of both civil and criminal courts. The Insurance Fraud Deskbook can help the prudent fraud investigator, insurance adjuster, insurance attorney, insurance Special Investigation Unit, and insurance company management to attain the information needed to deal with state investigators and prosecutors.
Available from the American Bar Association at: http://shop.americanbar.org/eBus/Default.aspx?TabID=251&productId=214624; or email@example.com, or 800-285-2221.
What Fraud Professionals Need to Know About Insurance
Diminution in Value Damages: How to Determine the Proper Measure of Damage to Real and Personal Property
Product Code: 5190524
2015, 235 pages, 7 x 10, Paperback
This book was written to provide sufficient information to those
who became interested in the issue since the Georgia Supreme Court decided State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. v. Mabry, 274 Ga. 498, 556 S.E.2d 114 (Ga. 11/28/2001) and includes cases dealing with the use of diminution in value as a method of determining the amount of loss incurred by a plaintiff seeking indemnity for damage to real or personal property.
Because confusion has reigned across the United States concerning the proper measure of damages for property damage to property that has been repaired, Diminution In Value Damages assists the reader in answering the questions concerning the proper measure of damage in each of the fifty United States and federal United States jurisdictions
This edition has been totally rewritten and expanded, providing the most extensive and detailed coverage of the issue and a thorough explanation of how to apply diminution in value damages to losses to property.