Workers’ Compensation Claims

Our Workers’ Compensation Claims Division serves all of Los Angeles, Orange, and Riverside Counties. We have conducted over 1000 AOE/COE interviews and hundreds of Sub Rosa investigations. We have over twenty-five years’ experience conducting Workers’ Compensation claims starting in 1993 with Hughes Aircraft in El Segundo, California, followed by State Compensation Insurance Fund in California, the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority, the County of Los Angeles Risk Management Division, and the Los Angeles City Attorney office. We have saved our clients millions of dollars by uncovering fraudulent Workers’ Compensation claims.

The Worldwide Intelligence Network Advantage
The Workers’ Compensation claims examiners and third-party administrators we work with never have to wait long for our investigative reports or our Sub Rosa videos. We’ve never missed a deadline or been late to file a report. We can proudly assure claims examiners and administrators they will be consistently pleased with the quality, efficiency, and professionalism of the investigative reports submitted by Worldwide Intelligence Network.  We have successfully documented evidence of fraud in over 80% of the AOE-COE investigations we’ve conducted. To be absolutely fair, we never commence an investigation with a preconceived notion that a claim is fraudulent.

Insurance Fraud: A Case Study
Worldwide Intelligence Network conducted surveillance on a claimant who alleged a severe injury to his foot. He had been off work on an accepted claim for over a year. An independent medical doctor’s report stated he could not find anything wrong with the claimant’s foot. During a Sub Rosa investigation, we observed the claimant exiting his home, and he was limping. However, he was limping on the non-injured foot. The claimant was then seen going into a Chiropractic clinic. Just before he walked into the clinic video was taken of him putting on a foot brace and taking out a pair of crutches from the trunk of his car. When he exited the clinic, he took off the brace and put his crutches in the trunk of his car and drove to a soccer field where he participated in a soccer game while our investigator videotaped the entire game. However, we understood that was not the end of our investigation because the claimant’s attorney could assert his client took pain medication that day to participate in that game. Sub Rosa continued the following week the claimant was observed running out of a market during a snowstorm while he was pushing a heavy shopping cart. The claimant ceased receiving payments from our client, and when a copy of the videotape was shown to the claimant’s attorney, he resigned from the case. The Los Angeles District Attorney prosecuted this case./fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]