Japan PI Insurance Claim Investigations
Combating Insurance Fraud in Japan
Think insurance fraud does not happen in Japan? Think again. Many claimants of insurance fraud think they can hide out in Japan to avoid detection. Japan PI can help you find and track them.
As experienced bilingual insurance claim investigators, we conduct investigations and research that identifies and documents fraudulent claims in Japan. We obtain positive results for adjusters, claims examiners, human resources managers, risk managers and those in the legal field. We serve all phases of insurance investigations, and can provide valuable intelligence.
We can investigate:
- Personal Injury Claims & Accidents
- Insurance Fraud
- Insurance Claim Investigations
- Life Insurance Claims
- Disability Fraud
- Workman’s Compensation Fraud
- Foreign Death Verification
- Property Loss
- and more
Protect Your Company Against Insurance Fraud
Alive and Well Checks
Japan PI can handle “Alive and Well Checks” for insurance companies throughout Japan. Insurance companies frequently use Japan PI find out the well-being of their claimants.
The private investigators at Japan PI will make an appointment with your claimant and physically visit them. We will observe the physical ability, treatment status, current health condition, household, employment status, etc. and obtain their photos if necessary. In the past, we have tracked disability claimants who are deceased, but still receiving disability checks.
Site Visit Investigation
A site visit investigation is a case type where our investigator physically visits a requested location, such as a residence, store, business office, hotel, restaurant, etc., and conducts a professional observation and interviews to the claimant themselves or neighbors. It is primarily done for checking the condition or status of a residence, office, store, construction site.
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