Speeches | Articles
June 5, 2019 — Parr Law, P.C. shared insights into online jewelry purchases at the New England IASIU Annual Training Seminar in Westford, MA. “Internet Jewelry Purchases: Smokin’ Deal or Smoke and Mirrors,” covered a variety of fraudulent practices, with suggestions for insurers.
June 4, 2019 — The firm provided an up-to-the-minute look at today’s gig economy at the New England IASIU Annual Training Seminar in Westford, MA. Its presentation, “Rideshare Reimagined: New Risks for Insurers,” noted that insureds will rent, share or deliver just about anything, and offered tips on handling related insurance claims.
December 2018 — Parr Law, P.C. outlined the risks of purchasing fine jewelry online in Internet Jewelry Purchases: Smokin’ Deal or Smoke and Mirrors, featured in the Winter 2018 issue of SIU Today. This article describes fraudulent activities such as imitations, overvaluations and bait-and-switch schemes, plus steps insurers can take.
September 13, 2017 — The Drone Explosion: Implications for the Insurance Industry,” Parr Law, P.C. provided a cutting-edge analysis of drone technology and its implications for personal and commercial insurers at the IASIU 2017 Seminar & Expo on Insurance Fraud in New Orleans.
July 27, 2017 — Parr Law, P.C. presented a 90-minute webinar, “Risk Sharing and the Potential for Fraud,” to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)—with hundreds of participants from dozens of states. The webinar taught investigators about common misrepresentations and fraud schemes related to home and automobile sharing, discussed insurance coverage issues, and outlined the key questions to ask when investigating fraudulent home and auto claims.
May 15-18, 2017 — The firm shared critical insights into all aspects of Rideshare fraud at the Northeast Chapter of the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (NEIAATI) Conference in Portland, Maine. The presentation featured guidance for law enforcement and insurance professionals on how to detect and investigate questionable activities.
March 13-15, 2017 — Parr Law, P.C. provided an in-depth assessment of today’s fast-changing sharing economy—from rides to homes to heavy equipment and more—at the 2017 Insurance Fraud Management Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. This analysis included advice on how to manage related investigations.
June 15, 2016 — “Rideshare Fraud is Here: What Insurers Need to Know”, an article from Parr Law, P.C., is the featured cover story in the Summer 2016 issue of SIU Today.
June 7-8, 2016 — Parr Law, P.C. presented “The Drone Explosion: Implications for the Insurance Industry”—an industry-leading assessment of this exciting new technology and its far-reaching effects on both personal and commercial insurers—on June 7, 2016 at the New England IASIU 11th Annual Joint Training Seminar & Fraud Expo in Boxboro, Massachusetts.
The firm also provided an up-to-the-minute Ridesharing insurance analysis, “The Impact of Rideshade Fraud on the Insurance Industry,” on June 8, the second day of the conference.
April 8, 2016 — Parr Law, P.C. provided an updated assessment of evolving Rideshare-related insurance issues, “Rideshare Fraud is Here: What Insurers Need to Know,” at the New England Association of Insurance Fraud Investigators (NEAIFI) in Quincy, Massachusetts.
March 15, 2016 — Parr Law, P.C. shared its critical insights into Rideshare risk and insurance fraud issues, “Hidden Rideshare Risk: What Insurers Need to Know,” at the Insurance Fraud Management (IFM) Conference in Savannah, Georgia.
December 28, 2015 — Learn about the ever-changing issues related to auto insurance Rideshare fraud in Parr Law, P.C.’s groundbreaking analysis, Rideshare Fraud: What Insurers Need to Know. This article has been published by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud in the Journal of Insurance Fraud in America
September 16, 2015 — Parr Law, P.C. addressed a large group of national and international insurance professionals at the International Association of Special Investigations (IASIU) 2015 Seminar & Expo on Insurance Fraud in Orlando, Florida. The firm presented a comprehensive analysis of Ridesharing fraud and coverage issues and offered insurers practical tools to aid in the investigation of risk-sharing claims: An Insurer’s Dilemma: Investigating Rideshare Claims and their Effect on Personal Automobile Insurers.
June 10, 2015 — In a speech at the New England IASIU (NEIASIU) 10th Annual Seminar & Fraud Expo in Boxboro, Massachusetts, Parr Law, P.C. shared insights on the impact of Ridesharing networks/TNCs such as Uber and Lyft on Personal Auto Policies.