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It’s been a long, cold winter, which makes this Spring a much-anticipated season. As we shed our puffy coats, boots and gloves we must sharpen our attention on protecting our businesses and personal finances. For with the warmer weather comes a season often fraught with scams and fraud. Typical Spring fraud schemes include tax refund...
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Video Verification New York
We all have a connection to a private investigator featured in movies, television or books. Sherlock Holmes, Magnum PI, Jessica Jones and countless others are cultural icons that have provided many hours of entertainment. But despite our affinity for these fictional private eyes, the value of real private investigators is often overlooked. Many private investigators...
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In the United States, Workers’ Compensation Insurance is a $53 billion market that encompasses 287 businesses and employs over 54,000 workers. In 2017, the market grew 2.7%, and with an improving employment market and rising interest rates, the industry is projected to experience continued growth. That’s the good news for Workers’ Compensation carriers. The bad...
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Video Verification New York
Understanding the Authenticity of the Video Evidence in Your Case Video evidence is frequently used to support or dispute medical malpractice and general liability claims. Substantive video evidence can change the course of a case. At times, what looks like a valid video, upon expert analysis, may reveal authentication issues that can render the video...
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Should Private Investigators Have Exceptions To Window Tint Laws?
According to the Insurance Research Council, automobile claims fraud contributed $5.6 – $7.7 billion in excess payments for U.S. auto insurance claims over a one-year period, amounting to 13 – 17% of total auto claims payouts. This fraudulent activity has substantial negative consequences for innocent drivers in the forms of increased premiums, slower claims processing,...
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MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INVESTIGATIONS
H.R. 1215 – Protecting Access to Care Act of 2017 is a bill that would limit the amount of “non-economic” damages a plaintiff would be able to receive in a medical malpractice case to $250,000. Non-economic damages are losses due to suffering, such as a loss of a limb or family member; while economic damages...
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Real Private Eyes Rate Fictional Private Eyes
People often ask us what it’s like to be a private investigator. They have in mind the cool swagger of Mickey Rourke in Angel Heart, the fun and glamour of Tom Sellek’s Hawaii life in Magnum P.I., or the grit of Humphrey Bogart as Philip Marlowe. The truth is, being a private investigator is unlike...
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Fraud
According to the FBI, the total cost of insurance fraud in the United States, excluding health insurance fraud, is $40 billion annually. The typical family pays $400 – $700 more in premiums as a direct result of this fraud. Sure, $700 is not small change, but is it worth being concerned about? Taken on it’s...
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Advanced surveillance and investigations techniques
Fraudulent and inflated liability claims cost U.S. companies more than $90 billion annually. Legal and claims departments play important roles in reducing these costs, but they can’t do it alone. Many medical malpractice defense attorneys are utilizing private investigation services to provide in depth research and evidence to identify inflated claims and facilitate reduced settlements...
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Should Private Investigators Have Exceptions To Window Tint Laws?
Last week a change.org petition was created in support of repealing New York’s recently enacted window tint law. The legislation requires windshield and front windows (as well as the rear windows in certain vehicles) to let in 70% of light, essentially a factory-level tint. Proponents of the legislation include law enforcement, which cites safety concerns...
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