If you suspect that someone is doing something they shouldn’t be doing, and their actions are harming you or your client, it’s time for surveillance by a professional private investigator like Glucroft Investigations. Our state of the art techniques can reveal what you need to know so that you can make your legal case, get on with your life, or make important decisions based on all the facts. Whether you need surveillance and investigation for a cheating spouse, a fraudulent workers comp claim, or some other purpose, our combined 45 years of private investigation experience can get the job done.
Cheating Spouse Surveillance & Investigation
Workers Compensation Fraud Investigations
Workers Compensation Fraud is a $30 billion problem nationwide. If you own or manage a business and you have received a workers comp claim, we can help make sure that you aren’t adding to that total. Our Workers Compensation Fraud investigations have helped many companies successfully fight fraudulent claims and have saved millions of dollars.
This Kind of Fraud Takes Many Forms, Including:
We’ve conducted workers compensation surveillance and investigations that have revealed multiple instances of each of these types of fraud, and many more. And it’s our goal to help you and your company avoid them all.
Whether you suspect that a claim is legitimate or fraudulent, an investigation should be part of your standard operating procedure. Not only can we help you avoid increased Workers Comp insurance premiums, but keeping employees honest helps productivity and your entire bottom line.
Excellence in Surveillance and Investigations
No matter what situation causes you to need our surveillance and investigations service, you need proof that is not only admissible but will stand up in court. Whatever kind of surveillance and investigation you need, Glucroft Investigations makes sure you have all of the information and evidence available to make your case. We’re licensed and insured. We are also certified expert witnesses who can testify in court as to what we’ve discovered.