Insurance fraud is something that no company can afford. CRI Group’s investigations cover the full range of insurance fraud cases, from healthcare fraud to disability and even fake death claims. Our experts are trained to look for the tell-tale signs of fraud: they can view claims, medical and hospital records, conduct interviews, examine statements and documents, as well as perform on-site inspections.
Insurance fraud is a serious crime which can result in serious consequences for fraudsters who may find their future job prospects impacted, find it harder to obtain insurance and other vital financial services, obtain a criminal conviction and even face the prospect of imprisonment (ABI, titled “Fraud”, 2018). ABI reports that the total number of fraudulent claims and applications detected in 2018, was 469,000 and every day, 1,300 insurance scams are uncovered, with the average con of 12K.
We will work with you and all appropriate insurance personnel to achieve the results you need in a timely, discreet manner. CRI Groups agents bring their investigative training to careful use in every engagement, protecting your confidentiality while uncovering the facts of the case.
CRI Group handles several forms of investigations, including, but not limited to:
- Factual Claims Investigations
- Witness Statements
- Workers Compensation
- Background Investigations
- Disability Claims
- Asset Searches
- Motor Vehicle Injury Claims
- Liability Claims
- Medical Audits and Clinic
- Medical Fraud Investigations
- Property Claims | Death Verifications
- Travel Claims
- SIU Services
- Fraud Investigations
- Activity Checks
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