Educating consumers to stop seeing insurance as a grudge purchase would go some way to cutting fraud. But so too might be pointing out the consequences of a conviction
Jason Potter also predicts a “significant spike” in traditional fraud ahead of the implementation date next year
Can an algorithm make spotting fraudulent claims easier, and by doing so does it complement or eradicate the human element?
Medco’s Susan Brown says Medco and the MIB is being held in limbo by the MoJ
The biggest names in the industry give their predictions for what lies ahead in the next 12 months
Mark Hudson, head of counter fraud at Horwich Farrelly speaks to head researcher at Insurance Times, Savan Shah to talk through what techniques should be adopted in the fight against fraud
Collaboration is the key to tackling fraud - from keeping track of and tackling emerging fraud trends, to reminding consumers of the long-lasting and serious consequences.
Small businesses now rank cyber incidents as their biggest threat after business interruption, but many are still underestimating their exposure and don’t have a plan in the event of an attack
The MoJ published an update to its whiplash reforms plan this morning, and is seeking consultation
The law firm thinks insurers could get caught up with their claims rates, thus stopping them from properly interrupting fraud
Allianz and BLM found contradictory evidence to a claim where a fraudster said she suffered from severe pain
Research by Cifas suggests the view of insurance fraud as a ‘victimless crime’ persists in the UK, with younger drivers increasingly likely to offend through fronting, leading to calls for continuing education from the industry