Theft Claim Investigations

Fraud investigation, as much as any claims activity, is about the tactics and looking for the ‘pressure points’ in the story that is being relayed. These pressure points are the areas of vulnerability that must be probed by the investigator if the allegation of fraud is to be sustained. Fraudulent Theft Claims are commonly viewed as very difficult to prove but Claim investigators have a dedicated team of investigators who are well versed with the theft claims in different format. We verify each and every aspect of the claim with their vigil eyes and ascertain the authenticity of the claims. Our key to successfully investigating fraudulent theft claims is the ability to identify and recognize suspicious factors in claims:

  • Size of the Loss
  • Type of Property Stolen
  • Circumstances of the Loss
  • Timing of the Loss
  • Loss History/background of the case
  • Police Reports
  • Documentation of the Loss
  • Insured's Statement
  • Scene Examination
  • Witnesses statements
  • Additional possible Investigative Resources

We as being insurance claim Investigators have handled many such cases and adopted the best practices which allow us to meet the specific grounds. We show you the steps that you can take to make it harder for bogus claimants to succeed and also suggest ways to handle a claim. Our services are touching the higher standards and it helps to fight against crime and fraudulent activities in Insurance sector. Kindly contact us on [email protected] according to your requirement respectively, our professionals will get back to you within stipulated time.

Our Discreteness

  • Factual Photographs
    • Scene Visit
    • Evidence Photography
    • Accidental Vehicle Photographs
  • Scene Mapping
    • Sequence of the Incident
    • Diagrams of Collided Vehicles
    • Witness Testimony
  • Vehicle Collision Analysis
    • Accident Description
    • Vehicles Description
    • Statements of the Witnesses
  • Crash Scene Diagrams
    • Re-Construction of the Scene
    • Collection of Evidences at scene
    • Incident Summary