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FindingMillions · 1Y ago

Cleveland Rocks! Lessons learned from the 2016 Cavs

So they aren’t the ’97 Bulls, ’87 Lakers or ’86 Celtics.   But they are the world champions, knocking off the Golden State Warriors who own the distinction of having set the record for most ...
FindingMillions · 1Y ago

Dude, where’s my car?

If you don’t want to have your car ripped off, avoiding California is a good idea as seven out of the top 10 cities in the United States for auto theft are in the Golden State.    In one rec...
FindingMillions · 1Y ago

Erin Andrews: A lesson in comparative negligence

A jury has awarded Erin Andrews $55 million dollars in her lawsuit stemming from nude videos secretly taken by Michael Barrett, an insurance executive from suburban Chicago.    There were at...
FindingMillions · 1Y ago

Driving Consistency in Claims Outcomes

As I speak with claims executives at various insurance companies their concerns are often quite similar with the commonality being lack of organizational consistency.   They lament that givi...
FindingMillions · 1Y ago

So you think you are dealing with a staged accident; now what?

Staged accidents come in all shapes and sizes; the “drive-down”, the “sideswipe” and the “swoop & squat” being a few examples. They key to successfully uncovering these, and other types of s...
FindingMillions · 1Y ago

What Coverage’s should you have on your vehicle?

What Coverage’s should you have on your vehicle? The coverage’s that an individual needs is highly dependent upon their personal and financial situation.   The key to getting the right cover...
FindingMillions · 1Y ago

Cartel Connection: The link between insurance fraud, drug cartels and terrorism

Insurance fraud is a growing global phenomenon. In the United States alone, it is estimated that insurance fraud is an $80 billion dollar industry, second only to narcotics trafficking. Not ...
FindingMillions · 1Y ago

Don’t let emotions get in the way of determining coverage

Wouldn’t it be nice if you never had to buy insurance until AFTER you had a claim?   Think of the money you could save not having to purchase auto insurance until your teenager crashed the c...
FindingMillions · 1Y ago

America’s Insurance Fraud Epidemic

For those who work in the insurance industry, we have many tales relating to insurance fraud. From slip and falls to arson to murder for life insurance policies, there is seemingly no end to...
FindingMillions · 1Y ago

Swoop & Squat: Don’t get bent over by insurance fraudsters

It was on June 17, 1992, that the phrase swoop & squat became a household name. Long before this date, this form of staged accident was common place on the highways and byways of Los Angeles...