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  • Dean Smith

The Feds Use Video Surveillance, Too

Like ICU Investigations, the feds use video surveillance to keep track of worker’s compensation claims. For example, surveillance was conducted on two North Carolina postal workers that were collecting compensation for work-related injuries. They conveniently were married to each other, as well. According to Jim McElhatton of the Washington Times, video surveillance helped the Postal Service save more than $1 million.

Surveillance is one of the most effective and covert tactics used to collect evidence of insurance fraud. ICU Investigations uses highly trained, private investigation specialists to locate and collect relevant verification of a claimant’s every day life while in their comfort zone, when they feel that no one is watching.

The long-term use of surveillance will guarantee the results you are looking for and save you thousands, even millions of dollars in undeserved payouts.

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