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Case Studies: Insurance

Interviews                   
Investigations
Surveillance
Video & Film

 

Interviews

One client was representing an insurance company who had received a claim for a stolen trailer. We were hired to conduct interviews of the individuals who were believed to have some information about the loss. Finding several previously unknown witnesses, we were able to determine that the item had been sold (allegedly by the claimant) to a third party who had themselves resold the item. Although the trailer was never recovered, the sworn statements we obtained were enough for the insurance company to deny the claim. Result: a significant savings to our client. Click here to learn how we can help find answers when you suspect fraud.

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Investigations

Tasked with finding four large pieces of equipment used in the logging industry, we were able to trudge through backcountry logging roads in southern Arkansas and ultimately locate the skidders and loaders that are valued at over $250,000. Our client was happy to retrieve the property.  Unsure if the items were stolen or simply misplaced, the client was just as satisfied to get their property back. Click here to learn how we can help you find the answers you need.

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Surveillance

One recent case involved a claim of personal injury by a business owner when he was involved in a traffic accident. He claimed that, as a result of the accident, his right arm and shoulder had been severely injured and he could no longer conduct his business because of those injuries. Facing a substantial claim, our client requested we conduct a surveillance to determine if we could find any evidence that he could use his arm and that he was still working as he had always worked. On our first day of surveillance we were able to video record him helping a customer by lifting a large piece of equipment from the bed of the customers truck, after jumping up on the truck bed. Later that day he assisted another customer unload an automobile engine from the bed of a truck. He had to hook up a hydraulic hand-pumped jack to lift the engine off of the truck. We counted his pumping the jack at least 62 times during a 3-minute period using his right arm. He was later filmed lifting a radiator above his head and placing it into the bed of his personal pickup truck. Result: Faced with this information, he dropped his suit. Click here to learn how we can help find answers when you suspect fraud.

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Video & Film

Insurance companies have hired us to obtain photographs of damaged vehicles when claims don’t match reported damages or if they need independent photographs of accident scenes.

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