Insurance fraud is a major problem for insurers. Insurers should protect themselves from potential losses by investigating claims as thoroughly as possible. On the other hand, many deserving claimants have their requests for benefits denied. Both the attorney representing the claimant and the insurance company must have a comprehensive understanding of the claimant’s medical history. … Continue reading
Category: Medical Background Investigations
We help clients nationwide to obtain previously undisclosed or otherwise unknown medical records. We do this through our Medical Background Investigation service.
Did you know that fraud may steal $80 billion a year from insurance companies? In fact, 21 percent of bodily injury claims and 18 percent of personal injury protection claims involved some sort of fraud or buildup. Due to this dilemma, there are times in the claims handling process when insurance adjusters become skeptical of … Continue reading
Fraudulent insurance claims steal nearly $80 billion from insurance companies every year. This fraud occurs in many ways. These ways may include building up injuries or claiming false injuries. As such, medical fraud is something insurance companies never take lightly. Insurance companies have a right to mistrust many insurance claims. An insurance claims investigator can … Continue reading
Investigating an insurance claim takes considerable resources, experience and time. Fortunately, at Bosco Legal Services, Inc., we have both time and experience. One service we offer is a medical background investigation. A medical background investigation uses a dual-method approach. It includes medical canvassing and social media investigations. These investigations gather the evidence you need to … Continue reading
When an injury accident occurs, insurance companies need to assess the damages and the claimant’s injuries. This process involves asking questions about their injuries and the damages they suffered. It also involves asking questions about prior medical conditions and injuries. After all, the insurance company is not responsible for treating past injuries. Unfortunately, many claimants … Continue reading