The Insurance Institute of Michigan (IIM) and the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) are sponsoring a statewide summit on insurance fraud in Lansing on Dec. 1, 2005.
The event will bring together representatives from the insurance industry, law enforcement, business and government to identify ways to counter the trend. The summit will also include information on property fraud, auto theft, arson, identity theft and medical fraud.
Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox will be on hand to discuss his role in insurance fraud prosecution. The Summit will also include information on property fraud, auto theft, arson, identity theft and medical fraud.
NICB is a not-for-profit organization that receives support from approximately 1,000 property/casualty insurance companies. The NICB partners with insurers and law enforcement agencies to facilitate the identification, detection and prosecution of insurance criminals.
IIM is a government affairs and public information association representing 40 property/casualty insurers and 50 related organizations operating in Michigan.
For more information about the Summit, contact IIM at 517-371-2880 or NICB at 708-237-4451.
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