SPECIALIST INSURANCE CLAIM INVESTIGATIONS
Whatever the scale of the deception, our insurance claim investigations team at UK Private Investigators are more than capable of dealing with the enquiry using all of our experience, the latest technical equipment and discreet, yet professional methods to produce a successful outcome for our clients.
Our specialist insurance investigators are able to obtain all the necessary evidence to allow insurers to question any insurance claim they suspect to be false.
COMPREHENSIVE INSURANCE CLAIM INVESTIGATIONS SERVICE
As well as obtaining verbal and written accounts, we also obtain evidence by covert means. This evidence is obtained in a detailed and unambiguous format using the latest covert equipment supported with accurate and concise reports.
UK Private Investigators are fully conversant in the seizure and handling of evidence, remaining alert to the fact that the matter maybe subject to the test of law.
BROAD RANGE OF INSURANCE FRAUD INVESTIGATION SERVICES
UK Private Investigators are able to provide solutions to many suspected insurance claims including but not limited to:
- Car accident and vehicle repair claims
- Car accident personal injury claims
- General personal injury claims
- Health and medical claims
- Disability and restricted ability claims
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions in relation to our ‘Insurance Claim Investigations’ service. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, please contact a member of our team. All calls and forms of communication are 100% confidential.
A critical step in an insurance claim is the investigation undertaken to gather information about the claim. Insurers generally have obligations and rights to conduct a prompt.
An insurance adjuster works for the insurance company. After the adjuster submits a report on your claim, your insurance company may issue a settlement, which is the money they agree to give you to fix or replace your damaged property, for example, fix a hole in your roof, repair your car, or replace your belongings.
Never offer to give a personal statement, avoid speaking to the adjuster unless necessary, and consider having a friend or, better yet, your lawyer or public adjuster assist when speaking with the adjuster.