CLM Wiki Grows with Addition of Insurance Fraud Information

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CLM Wiki Grows with Addition of
Insurance Fraud Information

State-by-state insurance fraud information has been added to the CLM Wiki pages, making them an even more valuable resource available exclusively to CLM Members and Fellows. This new information joins the Workers’ Comp Guidelines, Claims Handling Resources and Adjuster Licensing Information that was already available on the site.

Fraud information for each state includes:

  • Definitions
  • Types Of Insurance Fraud
  • Penalties
  • Investigation And Reporting Of Insurance Fraud
  • Fraud Prevention And Detection Plan
  • Mandatory Anti-Fraud Activity Reporting
  • Immunity
  • Insurance Fraud Reporting /Enforcement Entity

Links to specific sections of each state’s insurance code are also included so users can quickly access more details if needed. Contact information for each state’s fraud unit is also included. The CLM will continue to add resources to this page over time. If you have any recommendations for what resources you’d like to see added, please send suggested topics to

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