Fraud remains a major issue for insurance companies, since it is discovered frequently in both legitimate and bogus claims. In both types of claims, an insured may attempt to defraud the insurer regarding either the quantity or quality of contents reportedly damaged or lost.
In an article featured in the CLM Magazine, attorney Karen Karabinos provides practical approach to examining an insured’s loss inventory list with co-author Dave Petrelli of TOPA Insurance Company.
About the Author
Karen Karabinos has been litigating cases for more the 25 years, with the last 16 focused on the complexities of property insurance law. She has successfully handled more than 75 trials and hearings and annually conducts approximately 50 depositions and examinations under oath.