Insurance Companies

An insurance fraud investigation is a type of fraud investigation that centers around attempts to benefit from deceitful claims. Seeking compensation for false or inflated claims is illegal, dangerous and raises the price of insurance for everyone. According to the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, an estimated $80 billion is paid out annually in fraudulent insurance claims. This leads to the average household paying around $950 each year in higher premiums. In addition, being held liable in a staged accident can increase your risk of being sued.

The prevalence of this type of fraud has resulted in insurance companies acting with caution when paying claims, meaning you may need professional help when making your claim. An insurance fraud investigation aids by revealing false claims. Don’t let your insurance premiums be a waste of money; use an investigator to safeguard your insurance privileges.

Types of Insurance Fraud Investigations

There are several methods used to find information in an insurance fraud investigation. Most are used to determine whether claims are true or false. Here are a few commonly used techniques:

Call Crucible today at 201-252-2532 for a free, no-obligation assessment of the matter under review to find out if a professional investigation will provide details and clarity to assist in making the appropriate determination.

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