Welcome to Fundamentally Honest, the blog on all things fraud from Kennedys’ experts.
Whatever your involvement and interest in insurance and claims fraud, we are here to keep you up to speed on developments in legislation, procedure, case law, innovation and technology, best practice, claims investigation, the latest thinking and more.
We will share our experience and insight with both UK and global perspectives and bring you guest writers from across the industry.
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The sharing of information between insurers in the context of investigating claims fraud is crucial. Without that exchange of information, a fraud investigation can be limited.
Fundamental dishonesty is one of my favourite things and it always intrigued me that there was concern that the lack of a rigid definition is a negative thing.
In 2017, AXA received a claim for a laceration injury to the claimant’s lower lip and tongue, requiring plastic surgery, together with psychological injury, requiring cognitive behavioural therapy treatment.
In the second part of this series, we get back to basics and explore what exactly constitutes insurance fraud and how it's evolving.
Insurance fraud costs, and the problem is a global one. Over the next three weeks in this serialised article we will look ahead at what the future of fraud looks like in the claims sector.
With insurer digital claims strategies, integrated data via web-enabled APIs and the Claims Portal we are more data rich than ever before with quality, quantity and depth to allow greater sophistication in fraud detection.