How Roofers Can Recognize and Mitigate Insurance Fraud.

Find the lie, and it will lead you to the fraud. That's what the American Policyholder Association's Douglas Quinn says can help roofing contractors and customers spot potential insurance fraud. Learn more from Quinn on this, plus why running an ethical business matters and how giving back goes hand in hand with the roofing industry.

Kaitlin N. Schuler, Editor

September 7, 2022

Douglas Quinn, executive director of the American Policyholder Association, spoke with Roofing & Exteriors at the International Roofing Expo about various safety and risk exposure topics. Since 2017, Quinn has also served as the CEO of the United Survivors Disaster Relief, a 501(c)(3) charity focused on empowering disaster survivors to find healing in delivering aid and comfort to victims of subsequent disasters.

In this exclusive interview, Quinn addresses: 

  • How roofing pros and their customers can protect themselves from insurance fraud

  • Ways to spot the signs of potential insurance fraud (hint: look for the lie)

  • The value and importance of roofing contractors giving back to their communities

Click the video above to watch the full interview, and check out past Influencer Video Series editions here

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About the Author(s)

Kaitlin N. Schuler

Editor, Infrastructure & Construction, Informa Markets

Kaitlin Schuler has nearly a decade of experience as an editor and journalist. Prior to joining Informa, Schuler served as special projects editor for Professional Remodeler magazine and, previously, editor for the American Nuclear Society. She earned a master's in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, and a bachelor's in English from the University of Michigan. She now resides in southwest Michigan with her husband and two cats.

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