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Workers Compensation Fruad

Using our holistic approach for all of our Workers Compensation investigations, we are able to greatly reduce the amount of capital that our clients lose to fraudulent claims. We can also customize our service to meet the varied needs of our clients.


OUR POST INCIDENT INVESTIGATION INCLUDES:

  • Interviews - with claimant and prospective witnesses regarding an injury occurrence
  • Incident Analysis and pictorial documentation - this is an on-site investigation to determine the likelihood of fraud            
  • Background checks - to determine if a claimant has a history of subjective claims or insurance fraud
  • Surveillance - we capture video-graphic evidence and write a report on a claimant's actions

OUR PREVENTATIVE BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION:

It is illegal to make a determination on whether or not to hire a person based on instances, and outcomes of their past workers compensation claims. However, we have found that there will, often times, be other indicators that can be spotted during the application/hiring process such as; fabrications in a candidates application for employment at your business, a history of criminal activity, a tainted driving record, and obscene/indecent social media behavior. A person with these qualities is far more likely to file a fraudulent workers compensation claim, and cause other issues, than one who's record is clean. To protect business's from hiring untrustworthy people we perform comprehensive background investigations. 


They include:

  • Reference interviews  
  • Criminal & Civil records - from each jurisdiction where the Candidate has resided for the past seven years 
  • Sex offender registration
  • SSN verification
  • Credit check
  • Motor vehicle report
  • Police incident reports - from the police department in each county that the Candidate has lived for the past 7 years
  • Past employment History 
  • Education history
  • Professional license Search
  • Internet/Social media investigation