Dirty Deals, Unpaid Claims, and the Coming Collapse of the Insurance Industry
We as a whole obediently work out checks for protection scope every month, expecting that if the most noticeably bad ought to happen, we’ll be ensured fiscally. Be that as it may, what we don’t think about the protection business could – and most likely will – hurt us. Vulture Culture is a hard-hitting confession of the heartbroken condition of the business, from stories of uncontrolled, across the board debasement to conflicting state controls and the powerlessness, and frequently unwillingness, of the government to ensure the privileges of denied claimants.The book takes perusers into a universe of offer gear, fake commissions, and mystery settlements, uncovering stunning misuse and unfavorable new patterns. Perusers will find out about a maverick’s display of shady officials, including a CEO whose enormous claim dissent plots inevitably got him let go. . .at awesome cost to shoppers. From the Hurricane Katrina disaster of unpaid cases, to a rotating entryway in which previous protection officials control their own industry before coming back to it themselves, this is a stunning record of an industry on the very edge of crumple, and what must be done to settle it before it’s past the point of no return.