Workers compensation fraud occurs when a claimant, employer, or health care provider knowingly lie in order to gain an advantage, savings, money, or other benefits. While many people believe that workers compensation fraud solely consists of employees lying about or exaggerating their injuries, workers compensation fraud can involve both employers and employees.
The below infographic shows the comparison between employer and employee workers compensation fraud, as well as statistics and consequences.
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If you suspect your employee, employer, or a healthcare provider has committed workers compensation fraud, you will need to hire an investigator to conduct an investigation.
Yes, investigators can also help workers who are not getting adequate insurance money from workers comp claims. If a business or an insurance company is not paying workers comp to a genuinely injured worker, a private investigator can gather evidence about the company or insurance company in question. This can help an injured worker get the money they deserve.
Whether you're a business concerned about workers comp fraud or you're a worker who has not been paid adequate compensation for an injury, a worker's compensation investigator can help you.
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