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Private Firm – Insurance Fraud

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Insurance fraud is a serious offense. Whether you are the victim of fraud or being accused of it, you’ll need the help of a good Private Firm to get to the bottom of it. Local law enforcement doesn’t always have the means to investigate an insurance fraud case carefully. That’s why hiring a Private Firm could bring you peace of mind sooner than you thought possible.

What Happens During an Insurance Fraud Investigation?

An insurance fraud case involves a perpetrator making fraudulent or excessive claims in an effort to collect undue dividends based on those claims. In general, most insurance fraud cases are handled based on the details surrounding the case. However, Private Firms typically use their best methods to solve the mystery and hold the appropriate parties responsible, including but not limited to:

  • Surveillance
  • Medical history search
  • Criminal history search
  • Claims/Accident search
  • Asset search
  • Background check
  • Analysis of insurance coverage
  • Analysis of physician’s billing practices
  • Interviewing of witnesses

Why Insurance Fraud Is a Big Deal

The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud actually states that over $80 billion is spent on fraudulent claims each and every year. That is a lot of work for local law enforcement, which is precisely why a Private Firm is usually needed to handle the finer points of the investigation. Insurance fraud is a huge problem, and it affects every person in the country. On average, fraud increases the typical insurance premium by nearly $1,000 per year. That means putting a stop to it or proving your innocence is of paramount importance.

What Happens During an Insurance Fraud Investigation?

An insurance fraud investigation is conducted differently based on the details of the case and on the client/private investigator agreement. Usually, the investigation begins because an insurance adjuster has doubts about the claim, or because a claimant isn’t getting the benefit of the policy because of the provider’s skepticism. You pay good money for your insurance and you deserve the privileges that come along with it. Let a Private Firm get to the bottom of it for you.

Because a Private Firm has tools and techniques that the average person, and even some law enforcement agencies, don’t have, they are often able to begin conducting an insurance fraud investigation immediately upon being contacted. In general, insurance investigators try to discover whether or not a false insurance claim was made. The types of insurance fraud usually investigated are as follows:

  • Health insurance
  • Car insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Renter’s insurance
  • Homeowner’s insurance
  • Worker’s compensation
  • Insurance company investigations (to uncover bad business)

A good Private Firm can provide services to both sides, as long as it is in the pursuit of truth. For more information on having an insurance fraud investigation conducted on your behalf, or to hire a Private Firm immediately, call 844 663 4631. We provide you with a free initial consultation and price quote for our services.

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