June 4, 2007
Unverified Claims

Which would you trust more? Self-issued claims or unverified claims?

Read Marc Goodner’s new blog and decide for yourself. ;-)

4 Responses to “Unverified Claims”

  1. Eric Norman on 04 Jun 2007 at 2:50 pm #

    Is this some sort of trick question? OK, I’ll take the bait.

    It depends.

    What do I have at risk if I rely on this claim? Does the claimant have a motivation to lie? Will the claim be verified anyway in “the natural course of events”? Have I already verified the claim previously? If I am at risk, has the claimant assumed liability? If I am at risk, will I be able to track someone (subject or claimant) down and recover damages if the claim is false? And so on …

  2. Eric Norman on 07 Jun 2007 at 11:10 am #

    Oh, fer cripe’s sake. I must be really slow and dense this week.

    But I finally got it!

    Kindly ignore the blather in my first comment and let me spit out the bait now.

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