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Tips for detecting lies from claimants

PCI SmartBrief | Apr 28, 2016

Insurance professionals dealing with claims need to pay close attention to detect when claimants might be lying, Calibrate CEO Pamela Meyer said this month at the 2016 RIMS Annual Conference & Exhibition. Listening for unusual language patterns or usage, noting physical signals of stress and working to get people to open up can help determine whether a person is lying, she said. PropertyCasualty360 (04/27)


Credit Suisse: Insured losses from Texas hail might exceed estimates

PCI SmartBrief | Apr 26, 2016

Conn. high court: Auto policy's named-insured exclusion is unenforceable

PCI SmartBrief | Apr 28, 2016

Fla. insurance commissioner offers to extend his term

PCI SmartBrief | Apr 27, 2016

Rankings highlight the sports with the highest number of injuries

PCI SmartBrief | Apr 26, 2016

Commentary: Orderliness is crucial for adjusters

PCI SmartBrief | Apr 26, 2016

Report: Fla. homeowners' premiums are nearly double US average

PCI SmartBrief | Apr 27, 2016

Air-bag problem prompts 3.5M-vehicle Nissan recall

PCI SmartBrief | May 02, 2016

House OKs measure on private flood policies for federally backed mortgages

PCI SmartBrief | Apr 29, 2016

Fla. officials select insurance regulator to succeed McCarty

PCI SmartBrief | May 02, 2016


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PCI SmartBrief | Apr 29, 2016

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PCI SmartBrief | Apr 21, 2016




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