A True Crime Story About Insurance Fraud
Aa video recitation at https://youtu.be/BsUHQmyBYp0
In the last 52 years I have run across many attempts to commit insurance fraud. Some were caught and many more succeeded.
In my book “Heads I Win, Tails You Lose” I have collected more than 80 stories that fictionalized true crime stories from my experience.
The book started as a collection of columns I wrote and published in the magazines “Insurance Journal,” “Insurance Week,” and “The John Cooke Insurance Fraud Report” insurance trade publications serving the insurance community in the United States. Since the last edition I have added more stories that were published in my twice monthly newsletter, Zalma’s Insurance Fraud Letter which is available free to anyone who clicks the link https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/manage/optin?v=001Gb86hroKqEYVdo-PWnMUkV7pkuOtkiv6oakpgK33CNlNAYW-WBlLCOZFtgvpSdcL7R-tsWKfMVqG6fEuvmM7Hh7gUEJ7yKOdgHDbGl_cGAU%3D
The title, “Heads I Win, Tails You Lose” is meant to describe insurance fraud as it works in the Unites States. It means that whenever a person succeeds in perpetrating an insurance fraud everyone who buys insurance is the loser.