Insurance Fraud

Fraud is considered to involve misrepresentation with intent to deceive.  In today's world fraud is a very real and costly problem resulting in the loss of money, jobs, loss of life and serious injuries.  An insurance fraud investigation tries to determine whether fraud has taken place and uncover evidence that fraud has occurred.  Insurance fraud investigations try to uncover those who make false claims to get insurance money.  It also can mean that an insurance company is not paying for a legitimate claim. 

Crucial Investigations will meet with the client and gather information to identify key factors for the investigation.  The investigation may consist of surveillance, asset searches, background checks, employee investigations, business investigations, and other methods to resolve the case. 

Fraud investigations can be difficult and complicated in many ways.  First, criminals take great care to cover their tracks and escape prosecution.  Next, in order for an investigation to be useful in a legal case, an investigator must be able to prove that fraud was intended.  Crucial Investigations's qualified and experienced investigators can successfully complete these facets of a fraud investigation.