Annual SIU & Anti-Fraud Training Presented to Frank Winston Crum Insurance and CCMSI

CCMSI-Training-PicJuly 3, 2018. On June 12th, Command showcased its annual SIU and anti-fraud training to Frank Winston Crum Insurance (FWCI) and Cannon Cochran Management Services, Inc. (CCMSI) in Tampa, Florida.

The presentation was based upon anti-fraud and investigative training, emphasizing how to identify suspect insurance claims and the items that are needed to successfully submit a fraud referral to different state fraud bureaus. All attendees received two (2) ‘Adjuster Law and Policy’ continuing education (CE) credits through the state of Florida.

“A big thanks to Command for taking the time out of your schedule to conduct this presentation. Once again you knocked it out of the ballpark,” stated Brigitte Becker, Vice President of Claims for Frank Winston Crum Insurance.

As the dedicated Special Investigative Unit (SIU) provider for FWCI, Command provides all SIU and anti-fraud services to them in accordance with individual state statutory requirements.

Under this umbrella, Command handles FWCI’s fraud plan filings, annual reporting, compliance training and required state fraud bureau investigative submittals.

Over the years, Frank Winston Crum Insurance has grown from a single-state insurance carrier to one that is licensed in 37 states and continues to expand. The company also added a line of business, general liability insurance, and for the past several years, insurance policy sales are not limited to FrankCrum PEO clients.

CCMSI is a leading third-party administrator for workers’ compensation and property/casualty self-insurance programs. Since 1978, they have successfully administered and provided claim services to individual and group clients, nationwide.

Command Investigations, LLC is the preferred provider of surveillance, SIU & anti-fraud programming, Claims Buzz™ social media investigations and monthly monitoring, iNQuest™ medical canvasses and background investigations to the insurance defense community.