The Frequency of Excess Claims for Automobile Personal Injuries

Published in: Automobile Insurance: Road Safety, New Drivers, Risks, Insurance Fraud and Regulation (Huebner International Series on Risk, Insurance and Economic Security) / Edited By Georges Dionne, Claire Laberge-Nadeau. Norwell, Mass.:Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999), Chapt. 7, p. 131-149

Posted on RAND.org on January 01, 1999

by Allan Abrahamse, Stephen J. Carroll

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This study analyzes the patterns of personal injury claims submitted across the states to estimate the extent of excess claiming (a claim for an alleged injury that is either nonexistent of unrelated to the accident).

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