Award Nominations

Law Enforcement Insurance Fraud Fighter of the Year

Nominations are limited to specific cases/investigations concluded in 2018-2019.

 

This category is inclusive of a Florida law enforcement detective, or a law enforcement analyst, or a law enforcement prosecutor. The nominee should be the individual who was the lead person involved in the investigation/case – Management is not eligible for nomination of this Award.

 

Instructions:

The following information may be paraphrased or in paragraph format:

  • Briefly describe the case involved and the nominee’s specific involvement in this case:
  • The unique investigational skills the nominee applied that resulted in the successful conclusion of this investigation case:
  • Positive impact(s) the case had on the fight against insurance fraud and the community. May include, but not limited to, resolution of the fraudulent monetary exposures, other fraudulent activity that has also been stopped, case law or legislative activity generated by this case:
  • Recognition(s) the nominee received from his/her peers, associates, and community:

 

Insurance Industry Fraud Fighter of the Year

Nominations are limited to specific cases/investigations concluded in 2018-2019.

 

This category is inclusive of a Florida insurance investigator, or an insurance analyst, or an insurance defense attorney. The nominee should be the individual who was the lead person involved in the investigation/case – Management is not eligible for nomination of this Award.

 

Instructions:

The following information may be paraphrased or in paragraph format:

 

  • Briefly describe the case involved and the nominee’s specific involvement in this case:
  • The unique investigational skills the nominee applied that resulted in the successful conclusion of this investigation case:
  • Positive impact(s) the case had on the fight against insurance fraud and the community. May include, but not limited to, resolution of the fraudulent monetary exposures, other fraudulent activity that has also been stopped, case law or legislative activity generated by this case:
  • Recognition(s) the nominee received from his/her peers, associates, and community:

 

NOMINATE

 

 

Please complete the Excel spreadsheet below for the Team member's information:

- Name of Team Member

- Team Member’'s'Email

- Team Member'’s' Phone number

- Job title of Team Members

- Team Member’'s Company or Organization

 

It can be uploaded  as an attachment to the nomination form.

Guy E. “Sandy” Burnette, Jr., Insurance Fraud Fighter Team Award

 

Nominations are limited to specific cases/investigations concluded in 2018-2019.

 

This Award incorporates the joint efforts of multiple agencies and companies

involved in the fight against insurance fraud: i.e. NICB, FBI, Law Enforcement,

Insurance Investigators, and Analysts.

 

The Guy E. “Sandy” Burnette Insurance Fraud Fighter Team Award team members

of this category should be the individuals who were the lead person involved in the investigation/case – Management is not eligible for nomination of this Award.

 

Instructions:

Nominations are limited to specific cases/investigations concluded in 2018-2019. This Award incorporates the joint efforts of multiple agencies and companies involved in the fight against insurance fraud: i.e. NICB, FBI, Law Enforcement, Insurance Investigators, and Analysts.

 

The Guy E. “Sandy” Burnette Insurance Fraud Fighter Team Award team members of this category should be the individuals who were lead person involved in the investigation/case – Management is not eligible for nomination of this Award. The following information may be paraphrased or in paragraph format:

 

  • Briefly describe the case involved and the team member’s specific involvement in this case:
  • The unique investigational skills the member contributed to the operational team that resulted in a successful conclusion of this investigation/case:
  • Positive impact(s) the investigation/case had on the fight against insurance fraud and the community. May include, but not limited to, resolution of the fraudulent monetary impact, other fraudulent activity that has been stopped, case law or legislative activity generated by this case:
  • Recognition(s) the Guy E. “Sandy” Burnette Insurance Fraud Fighter Team received from their peers, associates, and community:

 

Jerry Zappolo Distinguished Service Award

The Jerry Zappolo Distinguished Service Award is the highest honor and most

prestigious award presented an individual by the FIFEC Board of Directors. It

recognizes an individual member of the profession who has had a sustained

impact at the local, national or international level that resulted in significant

contributions to pursuing and eliminating insurance fraud. This award celebrates

those who embody the intellect, integrity, leadership, and accomplishment that

define absolute excellence in in the fraud fighting profession.

 

The Jerry Zappolo Distinguished Service Award is not necessarily an annual

award, but rather a special recognition that may or may not be awarded each year.

 

Instructions:

Nominations are not limited to a specific year; however, the “years” and related “activities” of the nominee’s involvement are requested.

 

The nominee for this category should be an individual who has significantly contributed to the  public’s understanding of insurance fraud’s impact on society, and how they can to be proactive in the fight against insurance fraud.

 

The following information may be paraphrased or in paragraph format:

  • Briefly describe the nominee’s professional background that has qualified and enhanced their ability in educating the public and other professionals about insurance fraud and the remedies available in the fight against insurance fraud:
  • The nominee’s unique educational skills and method of conveying the his/her message to the public and professionals:
  • Positive impact(s) the nominee has had on private, public and communities. This may include, but not limited to specific community involvement, legislative activity, and assisting Law Enforcement and Insurance Companies in joining forces to fight against insurance fraud:
  • Recognition(s) the nominee received from his/her peers, associates, and the public.

 

 

CHAIR

Janice Young

Retired - SIU

904-343-3959

fifec.secretary@gmail.com

 

VICE-CHAIR

Chief Evangelina Brooks

Bureau of Insurance Fraud

200 E. Gaines St., Tallahassee,FL 32399

850-413-4020 Office

Evangelina.Brooks@myfloridacfo.com

Rick Wakefield

IHC Academy, 3657 Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30120

770-926-0062 Office

DRW@IHCacademy.com

 

Jarred Dichek

Law Offices of Kubicki Draper

305-982-6616 Office

jd@kubickidraper.com

Angie Potts

IHC Academy, 3657 Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30120

770-926-0062 Office

apotts@ihcacademy.com

Anthony Parker

Direct General Insurance

904-536-5389 Office

anthony.parker@NGIC.com

 

 

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