Workmans Compensation Fraud

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With years of experience in worker’s compensation fraud cases, we are able to provide companies with the peace of mind they search for. We use various types of surveillance techniques to catch fraudulent activity, and bring these people to justice. Hours of video has been recorded on our worker’s compensation cases, and we take pride in the hard work we put into them.

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Workers Compensation Fraud Red Flags

There are many red flags that should be investigated when suspecting worker’s comp fraud. Identification is the first step, and the second would be to contact a private investigator. If you investigate these the wrong way, then the company can be in trouble. Hire an experienced private investigator with years of experience in knowledge in corporate surveillance, and the results will be in favor to protect your business.

Red flag indicators that may signal fraudulent activity include:

  • Injured worker is in line for early retirement;
  • Injured worker does not have medical examinations to prove injury;
  • Different descriptions of accident from employer’s report and first medical evaluation;
  • Injured worker has grease or calluses on hands ;
  • Injured worker changes location to out of state after accident;
  • Accident happens before a layoff, strike, job termination, plant closing, job completion, etc;
  • Injury isn’t consistent with the nature of the business;
  • Injured worker can’t recall critical or detailed events of the injury;
  • Injury was not reported right after the event;
  • No witnesses to the injury;
  • Tips from co workers;
  • Number of employee days worked and salary are different with their occupation;
  • Injured worker changes average weekly wage because of additional income;
  • Erasures on important documents;
  • Worker files for benefits in a state other than the state in which the injury happened;
  • Worker’s occupation is different from employer’s stated company;
  • Address changed from primary location of employer other than border states;
  • Injured worker supposedly sleeping or cannot be disturbed; therefore cannot be reached;
  • Place of accident time or date is not known