Description

This course explains fundamental concepts asscociated with conducting insurance fraud investigations by first providing an overview of the insurance fraud investigation process. Building on this foundation, the course then examines the most effective ways to document suspicious claims, the importance of clear communication, antifraud laws, and indicators of insurance fraud. It then addresses specific kinds of fraud investigations, including arson, cimre, workers compensation, and auto.

Course Outline:

  • Module 1: Insurance Fraud Investigations: An Overview
  • Module 2: Documenting Suspicious Claims
  • Module 3: The Importance of Clear Communication
  • Module 4: Federal and State Antifraud Laws
  • Module 5: Indicators of Insurance Fraud
  • Module 6: Investigating Arson Claims
  • Module 7: Special Investigation Units
  • Module 8: Evaluating Suspicious Crime Claims
  • Module 9: Workers Compensation Claims Fraud Issues
  • Module 10: Detecting Fraud in Auto Claims

Credit info

Type Credits
Ethics Credits 0.00
General Credits 2.00