ICW Group’s Anti-Fraud Team is Top of Its Field

ICW Group remains at the forefront of industry trends, scams, and exposures within the insurance community. Our entire Special Investigations Unit (SIU) staff are members of multiple anti-fraud trade associations, and several members of our team serve in leadership positions elected by their peers.

The National Insurance Crime Bureau and Verisk Analytics recently held their annual Insurance Fraud Management conference. ICW Group attended and presented to attendees on observed trends in the fight against insurance fraud.

ICW Group’s SIU will continue to represent at upcoming conferences, seminars, and meetings of such prestigious organizations as the Anti-Fraud Alliance, the International Association of Special Investigation Units, and the Southern California Fraud Investigators’ Association. This participation allows ICW Group to stay up-to-date on the latest industry developments as we work to combat workers’ comp insurance fraud on your behalf. For more information about our anti-fraud efforts, visit our Policyholder Center.  

Brian Biggs
Brian Biggs
Brian serves as the Manager of ICW Group’s SIU team. He has been in the industry since 1997 in a variety of roles including Claim Professional, SIU Investigator and SIU Director. Brian has previously been elected President of multiple anti-fraud industry trade organizations and is joining the Board of the Anti-Fraud Alliance in early 2024. He has attained more than fifteen professional designations including the CPCU, Certified Insurance Fraud Investigator and Associate in Risk Management. Brian is frequently asked to present at conferences and industry meetings and revels at these opportunities. Brian welcomes the opportunity to speak with anyone, anywhere, anytime about insurance fraud (and all manner of BBQ).

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