When Fender Benders Break the Rules
Insurance fraud is a big, successful and growing industry. It will keep on growing unless insurance professionals become more vigilant and astute in detecting and defending against fraud.
Insurance fraud involves faking something – usually the collision itself or the purported injury.
This where forensics is essential. Technical analysis of collision data and medical evidence can reveal both staged collisions and disconnects between physics of the impact and the extent of claimed injury.
GK's Case study-based approach provides claims professionals with insights into the hidden signs of fraud.
|Fraud Sign: Airbags not deployed. No lateral scratching. Vehicle must have been standing still in the intersection||Fraud Sign: Angle of indent of plate bolt on rear bumper – indicates blue car was hoisted on tow truck when hit by red car.|