Top News   October 27, 2010
WEB EXCLUSIVE: The Enterprise Play: The New Wave of Claim Transformation
Managing and utilizing claim data within an organization can seem like an impossible task with too many steps to complete, and too much risk. Today's competing organizations, however, are broadening their information horizons, and are seeing positive returns on claim data integration investments. Learn how your company can do the same here.

Sedgwick CMS and Factual Photo Combine Expertise to Quell Fraud
Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc. (Sedgwick CMS) and Factual Photo, Inc. (Factual Photo) have initiated an agreement whereby a subsidiary of Sedgwick CMS will acquire the operations of Factual Photo. Find out how the companies are working together to empower employers. Read more

Sixth Best-Selling Car Is Also Most Stolen
One of the ten best-selling cars of 2009 was also named the most stolen in the New York Insurance Association's list of most frequently stolen vehicles. Discover which vehicle was an unfortunate number one here.

Tweet Suite Digest — October 27, 2010
Claims Magazine is twittering every day about breaking news and timely topics, not to mention keeping readers up to date on the latest postings to What can Twitter do for you? Click to find out.

Fraud of the Week: A Fool in King County Court
A Seattle, Wash. woman has pled guilty to filing a false claim in an insurance case after allegedly smashing her van into two parked cars. Read more

Claims IQ

Each week we test readers on their claim knowledge. This week's question is:

The earthquake that struck off the coast of Indonesia hit a 7.5 on the Richter scale. According to a 2008 U.S. Geological Survey study, what is the probability of an earthquake with a 6.7 magnitude or greater hitting the U.S. within the next 30 years?

A. 58% chance
B. 32% chance
C. 99% chance
D. 76% chance

Answer Here!

Last week's question was:

The chipped Lalique sculpture that you can read about here was worth quite a pretty penny at $70,000. Compared to the most expensive sculpture ever sold, though, it's almost unimpressive. How much did the most expensive sculpture sell for?

A. $71.8 million
B. $104.3 million
C. $3.6 million
D. $1.7 billion

An impressive 44 percent of readers were right on the money when they guessed that the most expensive sculpture ever sold went for $104.3 million. The work, done by Alberto Giacometti in 1961, was called "L'Homme qui marche I." The bronze statue stands six feet tall, and was sold earlier this year at Sotheby's of London.

Here are the final results for last week:

A. 35%
B. 44%
C. 18%
D. 3%

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