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Something Wasn't Right
by James T. Stewart

Some years ago I was working as a
senior claim supervisor for a large
workers' comp insurer. I had a substantial
case load and in my spare time supervised
2 to 3 other one or two person offices.

There was pressure to investigate timely,
make proper decisions and move on to
the next claim. On occasion a particular
claim would require more investigation.
One memorable claim involved a Monday
morning accident, which is always
suspicious.


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Pay close scrutiny to
Monday morning accidents
or other “red flag” claims

Smoking Gun

“War stories” relating a personal experience
with finding evidence or indisputable proof
("smoking gun") that won or lost a case. Let
others learn from your victories or mistakes.
Send your story to Marjory Harris at mharrislaw@earthlink.net
> Proving PD Under New LC §4660
> Determining DFEC with "SEDEC"
> How to Review Subpoenaed Records
> + Excel Organizers
> Interview with Jettie Pierce Selvig
> Interview with John Parente
> Smoking Gun