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Let an Adoption Investigator's experience and resources help you in your search. Are you looking for your birth parents or maybe a child you put up for adoption? Are you stuck and don't know where to go? We work with adoption experts and DNA experts that can help you find your long lost loved ones. Each adoption in unique and the laws vary by state but we have had great success in reuniting adoptees with their birth parents and siblings.
We can help you in your criminal investigation by collecting and gathering evidence for a case or specific purpose. One of our Criminal Investigators will look for clues and evidence to determine whether the crime actually took place. If a crime has been committed, we will look into the background of the accused and may try to uncover who actually commited the crime. This may include taking photos or video of the scene, talking to victims, obtaining police reports, court records, talking to witnesses or taking recorded statements.
Workers compensation is a large crime in America today. Tens of billions of dollars in false claims are stolen every year. By scamming the system, these claimant's are forcing businesses to pay higher premiums and they pass the high costs onto their policyholders. Consumers will now pay higher prices for goods/services, workers will lose jobs because businesses might have to reduce their workforce. Business owners may stop or reduce an employee's pay by offsetting these added expenses. Higher premiums depress a company's income, lowers employee productivity, and force some companies to go out of business. Some workers comp programs are government-run. Thus they're supported by tax dollars. This means your tax dollars are being stolen each and every year. For those states that don't use tax dollars, think about this; a fraudulent claim is won in court. Now they have proven their disability and can now go down to their local Social Security Office, show them the paperwork and get Social Security Disability, which is tax dollars. So everyone loses! Do you ever wonder who picks up the slack when a fellow worker leaves the job with a fake injury? Fellow workers, will have to pull extra duty or the company is forced to conduct additional hiring. We can help you identify possible fraudulent claims and develop a plan of action to limit your exposure.
Insurance fraud is a huge problem in the United States and the people who commit it are incredibly creative. Some stage accidents by suddenly hitting their brakes in the hopes you'll hit them so they can fake an injury. Others will be involved in an auto accident and make a claim that they're hurt when they're really not. Some will also claim that they're more hurt than they really are. These types of scams cost us tens of billions of dollars a year and unfortunately, are becoming pretty common. Some of this can be blamed on our poor economy. People are resorting to desperate measures to bring in a little extra cash. Auto insurance fraud has risen dramatically and so has the number of people who believe cheating their insurer is acceptable practice. We can help you help expose these fraudulent claims.
Personal injury fraud as it pertains to home or business is an act where the chief motive is financial gain. An injury that is nonexistent, exaggerated or unrelated to the accident would be covered by the policy but no matter the circumstances, personal injury insurance fraud is a crime. This type of fraud can be viewed as opportunistic or premeditated. Opportunistic personal injury insurance fraud if the most commonly an inflated claim. A health care professional sometimes exaggerates the severity of a patient’s injury in order to increase the claim amount. This can lead to more costly and unnecessary treatment. A person who is actually injured often exaggerates the extent of their injury or required recuperation time. If the insured is paying lost income, medical treatment or assisted home health care,, this can quickly become a huge expense. More often than not, the individual may just be seeking a paid vacation courtesy of the insurer. Premeditated personal injury insurance fraud is when someone devises a way to make an insurance claim. Premeditated fraud often involves some extreme action such as a person intentionally slips or falls down at neighbor's house, business, or sidewalk and then collect benefits from the insurance company for a nonexistent injury. We can help you identify this types of claims and often recommend a round of surveillance.
We assist individuals, employers, law firms, insurance companies and corporations by offering a large variety of investigative services. We customize each investigation to your specific needs.
We are a full service investigation agency licensed in Michigan under Public Act 285 of 1965.
MI Professional Investigator Agency
PO Box 144
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