Tag: SocialMediaInvestigation

You can find a lot of information about a subject through social media investigation. We can help you do it efficiently.

Social Media Investigations Prove Useful in Zimmerman v. Weis Markets

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Our Social Media Investigators Explain This Important Case An estimated 244 million people in the United States use some form of social media to document their lives. Social media can be a powerful tool during litigation and trials. In some cases, social media investigations can uncover insurance fraud. Below, our social media investigators discuss one … Continue reading

Richards v. Hertz Corp. – Privacy Settings and Social Media Investigations

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As social media continues to expand, more people are documenting their lives online. Statista states that Facebook had 256 million monthly active users in the United States and Canada during the second quarter of 2020. When it comes to litigation, Facebook and other social media sites can provide strong evidence during the discovery process. Below, … Continue reading

COVID-19 Presents Unexpected Investigative Opportunities

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In the weeks since the onset of the COVID-19 virus, nations around the world have seen stock markets crash, employment statistics plummet, and businesses shuttering their doors. One industry in particular, however, has seen an almost unprecedented boom as a result of the shelter-in-place & stay-at-home orders: social media. Social Media Investigations See Growth of … Continue reading

Tools for Insurance Claims Investigations

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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