The Insurance Information Institute estimates that 10 percent of all property and casualty claims are fraudulent. Investigating suspicious claims after they are paid makes it so much harder for insurers to stop the fraudsters. In this post, Rachel Alt-Simmons reports on a panel discussion between Allstate and CNA, insurers that are now using data-driven decision making to detect and prevent fraud.
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