This checklist can be used when professionals such as doctors, attorneys, or other professionals may be engaged in fraudulent activity.
Updated on June 12, 2015
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June 15, 2015
Insureds and claimants are not the only ones to perpetrate fraud. Unfortunately, professionals will take advantage of insureds or the carrier for profit for themselves. The following checklist identifies some of the indicators that further investigation should be conducted. Three or more of these factors indicate that the claim should be referred to investigators for further research.
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