Workers compensation fraud is costly to employers, taxpayers and insurance companies. This type of fraud can occur in several ways. An employee can claim an injury that didn’t occur at work, exaggerate a work-related injury, claim an injury that didn’t happen, claim an old injury as a new work-related injury, or downplay recovery on a legitimate injury.
Employers may also intentionally mis-categorize employees to keep their workers compensation premiums down. For example, an employer might say an employee is office staff when in fact they are performing high risk tasks such as a forklift operator.
Our experienced investigators can provide discreet surveillance and investigations to ascertain if fraud has occurred.
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