Insurance scams of all types are thriving in the economic downturn while insurance companies and consumers are paying the price!
Insurance fraud is the act of falsifying or exaggerating the facts of an accident to an insurance company to obtain payment that would not otherwise be made. Common types of insurance fraud are Staged accidents, Exaggerated injuries, and Inflated medical bills. False insurance claims cost Insurance Companies and private Americans billions of dollars each year.
There are a variety of techniques to substantiate claims of insurance fraud.
Hard drive analysis, lie detectors, and surveillance can all be effective in determining if a person is exaggerating an injury. Other evidence may be gathered by research or by conducting interviews with colleagues, friends, and family to reveal fraudulent claims. After speaking with you about your specific case, we can better determine which technique would be most effective to your situation.
We have insurance fraud investigators with the ability and experience to resolve your most demanding assignments. Using state-of-the-art technology, combined with professional training, we provide you with the results you expect from a National Investigation Firm.
We will conduct a professional and thorough investigation and supply you with video or photographic evidence, when available, to assist you in taking the appropriate steps to resolve the issue. Every case and client is unique, requiring individual attention to detail. We consider time, cost, and complexity in each of our client’s investigation issues and use only those resources that are necessary to resolve their case. We understand that any investigation is difficult and guarantee to be discreet and confidential.
A picture may be worth a thousand words but video can save thousands of dollars.
We can help you discover the truth. When there is doubt about the insured’s credibility and injuries, our operatives will investigate and document claimant’s activities using video. If their activities are not consistent with their statement or testimony, defense counsel may impeach their credibility by introducing the video in court. Many times this evidence can be used to negotiate a settlement in the client’s favor before the trial even starts.