NICB Predicts Insurance Fraud will Rise with Frequency of Weather-Related Events

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) predicts a rise in fraudulent claims as weather-related events increase in frequency and size. A study done by the NICB revealed that approximately 10% of insurance claims are fraudulent. Another study fielded by the Pennsylvania Insurance Fraud Prevention Authority (PIFPA) Pennsylvania residents have limited knowledge of what is classified as insurance fraud and even fewer know that it is considered a felony. Insurance fraud, as well as workers’ comp fraud, are not a victimless crime. In fact, it increases policy costs for everyone which is why the industry must proactively combat insurance fraud to prevent further damage.

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