Part two of Verisk's study delved deep into public perceptions and attitudes toward what motivates them to commit insurance fraud.
A study Verisk conducted delved deep into public perceptions and attitudes toward insurance fraud. The results shed light on certain beliefs
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Annually, insurance fraud steals roughly $308.6B from American consumers. Self-insureds could be vulnerable to insurance fraud and undetected leakage.
Verisk has seen a marked increase in insurers seeking strategic sourcing of non-rate actions to confront premium leakage in 2023.
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Non-rate actions that don’t require a rate filing are one of the fastest ways to help with insurers’ profitability during a hard market.
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The insurance industry has experienced tremendous change in the past few years.
Personal auto insurance is set for a hard market in 2022 as claim frequency and severity rise amid inflationary pressures and risky driving.
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Application integrity for personal auto insurance has deteriorated more than 20 percent over the past eight years, according to Verisk research.
As claims fraud persists—costing insurers approximately $30 billion a year—adjusters play an important role in identifying questionable claims early.
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