April 23, 2012
Private Investigator in Westchester County Records Video Surveillance Footage of Fraudulent Personal Injury Insurance Claimant.
Headquartered in Mamaroneck, NY in Westchester County, NY the private investigators at Davis Investigations, Inc. were on the scene to conduct a video surveillance assignment for an insurance company client. This was relating to a personal injury claim where the plaintiff slipped and fell at the Westchester Mall and has been red flagged by the insurance company as possible insurance fraud. In her claim to the insurance company, the claimant stated she was unable to ambulate with an even gait and suffered from a debilitating and embarrassing limp primarily affecting her left knee.
Observations made by the Westchester County, NY private investigators were documented with a video camera of the claimant jogging in a park with good coordination and an even stride. The claimant appeared to demonstrate no evidence of the claimed limp, nor the uneven gait. The private investigators filmed her entire workout in the park before she returned home alone near Mamaroneck, NY. This is a excellent example of personal injury insurance fraud.
The insurance fraud emerges from the discrepancy in the claim versus the reality of the capabilities of the claimant. The fact that the claimant is capable of doing a physical act which they claim they are incapable of doing for financial gain is insurance fraud. The Mamaroneck, New York private investigators at Davis Investigations are hired by the insurance company to document a person’s physical abilities related to an insurance fraud investigation. The surveillance video can then be examined by experts to determine if the claim is accurate, exaggerated or fraudulent. Based upon this determination, it will dictate how the insurance company proceeds with the handling of the insurance claim.
Do you suspect insurance fraud on your claimants files? Professional video surveillance will help expose fraud on a claim and Davis Investigations, Inc. is your best choice. Email us or call 914-472-5731 now. Our professional private investigators will be happy to strategize a surveillance specific to your case. No obligation for the call.
April 13, 2012
Private Investigators Recording Audio on Surveillance Should be a Red Flag
As a Westchester County private investigator specializing in video surveillance, I get approached for all types of different and unique investigation requests daily. The video surveillance investigations can range from infidelity, divorce, cheating wives / spouses to insurance fraud and more. As video surveillance specialists, Davis Investigations invests in the latest technology to achieve maximum surveillance effectiveness.
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March 19, 2012
A New York City Private Investigator on Video Surveillance Always Ends Up Following Subjects on Foot
A New York City private investigator must be prepared for many different modes of transportation when planning for video surveillance. Foot surveillance is the most common type of video surveillance this New York City private investigator performs. Regardless if the surveillance is to get video of a cheating wife, insurance fraud, medical malpractice or personal injury. In the end, if you are conducting a video surveillance investigation in New York City, you will be following on foot.
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March 16, 2012
Westchester County, NY Private Investigator is often asked: How many days of video surveillance is enough?
As a video surveillance expert in Westchester County, New York I am often asked a similar question: How many days of video surveillance do you recommend?
The answer can be broken down into many facets. However, there is one common answer that unites my response regardless of the type of video surveillance being assigned. Whether it be a Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Insurance Fraud, Domestic Investigation, Cheating Spouse (Cheating Wife or Cheating Husband) or a Child Custody dispute.
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March 13, 2012
New York City / CT Private Investigations Firm Recommends Scanning the Plaintiff or Claimants Photo ID at the Independent Medical Examination (IME) to Improve Surveillance Results
Video surveillance for a New York City or Connecticut private investigations firm has many facets. The most challenging facet of video surveillance is identifying the plaintiff or claimant. This is true regardless of whether the surveillance is conducted in New York City’s 5 boroughs (Manhattan, Brooklyn Queens, Bronx or Staten Island) or any part of Connecticut (Stamford, New Haven or Hartford.) However, a small investment by insurance carriers with a small implementation into their protocol can significantly improve video surveillance results.
Can You ID This Man?
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September 8, 2011
Is Your New York City Private Investigator An Expert Witness? Find Out with these 10 Questions.
Hiring a New York City private investigator for video surveillance is a very cost effective way to dispel or confirm any doubts you may have about someone committing insurance fraud, medical malpractice fraud or personal injury fraud. A private investigator in NYC can observe and acquire video of a plaintiff engaging in activities contrary to his claimed limitations strengthening the defenses case to initiate settlement negotiations for a fraction of the plaintiffs original claim.
However, as is often the case for plaintiffs in New York City making outrageous demands that exceed the standard claim on personal injury and medical malpractice claims, the case goes to trial hoping for a generous reward from a New York City jury.
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