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A former administrative assistant at Fleishman-Hillard testified Friday in a federal fraud trial that a senior executive at the public relations firm twice instructed her to inflate bills for the DWP by $10,000.
When a severe frontal collision occurs, the four crash sensors mounted on the front fork measure the change in acceleration caused by the impact and convey this data to the airbag ECU, which determines that a collision is occurring and whether or not it is necessary to inflate the airbag.
But, when appraisal inflation becomes systemic to the loan process and when almost of half of appraisers say they are pressured to inflate appraisals by others involved in the loan closing, then we need to take a closer look and determine exactly what is happening.
At the same time, the air bags themselves must also become more talented--for instance, by being able to inflate at several different rates and pressures.