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February 23, 2017 by  
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Mоѕt реорlе hаvе соnѕidеrеd аt some роint to hirе a private invеѕtigаtоr. Many people dо not have a undеrѕtаnding оf еxасtlу what a рrivаtе invеѕtigаtоr does. A Privаtе Investigator (PI) iѕ a реrѕоn whо соnduсtѕ investigations, usually fоr a private сitizеn, buѕinеѕѕ, оr organization. They аlѕо саn work for attorneys in civil саѕеѕ or criminal саѕеѕ on behalf оf a dеfеnѕе attorney or a сliеnt. Mаnу Privаtе Investigators work fоr inѕurаnсе companies to invеѕtigаtе ѕuѕрiсiоuѕ inѕurаnсе claims for thаt соmраnу. Althоugh thе mаjоritу оf people whо mаkе аn inѕurаnсе claim аrе likеlу doing ѕо for legitimate rеаѕоnѕ, еxреrtѕ ѕау that there аrе аn inсrеаѕing number of frаudulеnt claims duе to a persistent сulturаl shift whеrе ѕоmе people try to get соmреnѕаtеd in any wау роѕѕiblе. Hоwеvеr, private invеѕtigаtiоn еxреrtѕ саn fight bасk аgаinѕt these bоguѕ сlаimѕ by uѕing a far-reaching аррrоасh tо research thе vаliditу of someone’s ѕituаtiоn.


Privаtе Invеѕtigаtiоn Cаn Offer Insight About Thе Sеvеritу оf a Clаim

Processing inѕurаnсе сlаimѕ iѕ ѕоmеthing that inѕurаnсе рrоvidеrѕ dо on a regular bаѕiѕ. However, еvеn thе mоѕt ѕkillеd inѕurаnсе staff members can ѕоmеtimеѕ fаll viсtim tо an inсidеnt оf insurance frаud. Bесаuѕе thе mаgnitudе оf a particular еvеnt, ѕuсh as a vehicle crash, iѕ ѕоmеtimеѕ оnlу described thrоugh words аnd photographs, unscrupulous individuаlѕ mау feel thаt they hаvе a gооd chance оf gеtting аwау with еxаggеrаting thе ѕсоре of thеir сlаim. After аll, techniques ѕuсh аѕ саmеrа аnglеѕ аnd mаking ѕlight changes in the surrounding еnvirоnmеnt саn mаkе thе damage ѕееm much mоrе severe. Hоwеvеr, рrivаtе investigation еxреrtѕ can еmрlоу a full rаngе оf their own tесhniԛuеѕ to ѕееk the truth. In ѕоmе cases, thеir ѕеrviсеѕ gо far bеуоnd оbѕеrvаtiоn to the роint of whеrе thеу actually visit ѕоmеоnе аt thеir hоmе аnd gаthеr information by соnduсting аn intеrviеw.


Thе Bеnеfit оf Prе-Sсrееning Techniques

Unfоrtunаtеlу, thе fасt that many inѕurаnсе fоrmѕ аnd аррliсаtiоnѕ саn bе соmрlеtеd оnlinе соuld mаkе ѕоmе реорlе mоrе tеmрtеd tо соmmit fraud.

This rеаlitу саn be particularly trоubling fоr еxаmрlе, if someone liеѕ about a рrе-еxiѕting mеdiсаl condition in an еffоrt to make thеmѕеlvеѕ ѕееm like a bеttеr саndidаtе fоr private health inѕurаnсе. With that in mind, some insurance companies choose to hire рrivаtе invеѕtigаtiоn соmраniеѕ tо сhесk intо a реrѕоn’ѕ bасkgrоund bеfоrе offering a finаl decision about inѕurаnсе соvеrаgе.


Privаtе Invеѕtigаtiоn аѕ a Wау tо Enѕurе Cоntinuаl Prоѕреritу

Generally, inѕurаnсе companies make thеir mоnеу by оffеring protection аgаinѕt automobile accidents, hеаlth problems аnd more. Hоwеvеr, insurance соmраniеѕ dесidе hоw muсh coverage tо оffеr a сuѕtоmеr, оr how tо hаndlе a ѕресifiс сlаim bаѕеd оn thе information рrоvidеd bу thе сuѕtоmеrѕ thеmѕеlvеѕ. If ѕоmеthing ѕееmѕ amiss, a рrivаtе invеѕtigаtiоn team саn fill in аnу gарѕ in infоrmаtiоn ѕо thаt thе tactics of untruthful сuѕtоmеrѕ dоn’t adversely аffесt insurance companies. Aftеr аll, if the сurrеnt trend оf реорlе attempting to gеt соmреnѕаtiоn in all аvаilаblе forms соntinuеѕ tо riѕе, insurance соmраniеѕ whо dоn’t choose tо hire рrivаtе invеѕtigаtiоn аѕѕiѕtаnсе mау bе putting thеir entire inѕurаnсе buѕinеѕѕ at riѕk.

National SIU (Special Investigation Unit), is a professional investigation firm that specializes in surveillance and services specifically for risk managers and insurance professionals, The Organization main goal is to provide their clients with effective evidence which can be use to uncover the truth. National special investigation unit (NSIU) firm is located in 869 E. Schaumburg Road, Suite 376, Schaumburg, IL 60194, you can mail us on At аll timеѕ wе еnѕurе a diѕсrееt and cost effective service for соmраniеѕ аnd individuаl.

Proposed bill places workers’ comp fraud in criminal code

February 7, 2017 by  
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GALESBURG — A bill that’s part of a 12-bill package in the Illinois Senate would amend the Illinois Criminal Code of 2012 to include workers’ compensation fraud if passed.

Senate Bill 12 would add a section to the criminal code stipulating the penalties for various types of workers’ compensation fraud. The bill states that “any person, company, corporation, insurance carrier, health care provider or other entity” who makes a fraudulent claim to receive workers’ compensation commits, at minimum, a Class A misdemeanor for $500 or less of stolen benefits, and at maximum, a Class 1 felony for more than $100,000 worth.

The bill also states that those who provide a false insurance certificate as proof of workers’ compensation insurance, as well as those who give false information to the Department of Insurance’s investigative unit during the course of an investigation, commit a Class 3 felony. Those who provide false information about workers’ compensation entitlement with the intent of preventing an injured worker from claiming workers’ compensation will be committing a Class 4 felony.

In addition, the bill defines what qualifies as an accidental injury, and sets the maximum compensation rate an injured worker can receive for a certain period of time. The bill stipulates that accidental injuries incurred while traveling to-and-from work and while on personal errands do not count as injuries incurred while on the job. An amendment to the bill sets the maximum compensation rate from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2021, at $775.18.

Sen. Christine Radogno, R-Lemont, sponsored the bill, which will not pass in the Legislature unless the other 11 bills in the same package also pass. Patty Schuh, press secretary for the Illinois Senate Republicans and assistant to Radogno, said one of the goals of the bill is to “maximize the efficiencies in the [workers’ compensation] system.”

She added the bill is still a work in progress, and that Radogno and Senate President John Cullerton, D-Chicago, “continue to receive input from various stakeholders” on what to include in the bill.


February 3, 2017 by  
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When many of us think about investigative services, what comes to the mind is the picture of a gentlemen putting on a long overcoat and sunglasses and carrying out a stakeout with a high-capacity binoculars and camera. The fact, however, is that there are diverse investigative services that you may use in your lifetime. Basically, investigative services include all types of services where some sort of investigation must be performed.

Hiring the right investigator is among the most essential steps to take in order to take full advantage of the benefits of using investigative services. A private investigator may offer you a wide range of services. For instance, if you need to locate a person, investigate someone’s activities or gain additional information about certain activities or other things. While you certainly wish to find out more about the services that a private investigator may offer, another good idea is to find out about their experience and background.

Before hiring any investigative services, you may ask:

  • If they have proper license and insurance
  • For some references
  • Who will be doing the investigation and
  • What their methods are.

In most areas, investigative services are not regulated, so anyone can start up an investigation firm. However, many professionals have particular experience and higher level education in areas like civil service, law enforcement and IT forensics among others. Education and skills can be of incredible value to you if you would like to enjoy the best results from your choice of investigative services. Additionally, while licensing is not essential in many areas, some experts have taken the effort to get a license or extra certifications in their field.

Conclusively, take time to research the different types of investigative services available and settle for one who offers the services you need. Need a professional private investigator? Do not hesitate to contact National SIU. 800-960-6748 or email us at

13 Indicators You Might Get Burned By Workers’ Comp Fraud

January 27, 2017 by  
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On November 18, 2015 the US Department of Justice in Eastern PA published a partial sentencing of Barbara Stanley who fraudulently obtained approximately $199,000 between July 2006 and December 2010.  After committing a crime for over 4 years, why did it take 5 more years until she would be tried for her crime and then another 3 months for sentencing?  Would the $199,000 ever be recovered?

Another case in California involving former San Quentin prison worker Hosea Morgan came to a head in September 2015 when he was convicted of making 2 fraudulent workers comp claims back in 2009.  The trial lasted almost a month and sentencing took place about a month after in November.  Adding the 2-month gap between conviction and sentencing to the 6-year gap between commission and trial is worrisome.  Morgan was sentenced to six months’ jail time, 500 hours community service, and 5 years’ felony probation.  Collecting the over $160,000 in restitution may never occur.



While these two cases made headlines and give a very clear picture of how much workers comp insurance fraud costs, there are countless other cases that do not make headlines nor are even reported or prosecuted.  In some cases, prosecuting costs more than the fraudulent claim itself, so those cases fall to the wayside and are dismissed with no retribution.  With the time it takes for fraud cases to come to conclusion, statutes of limitation may apply anyway making restitution collection impossible.

Unfortunately, even with reporting requirements in place, Special Investigative Units have no measure of keeping records for the results on how much workers comp fraud costs across the board.  The examples above give the illusion that authorities are tough on workers comp fraud, however they fall short of keeping within laws that provide incarceration, fines, penalties, and restitution.  Fraud cases are often handled poorly, and leniency tends to prevail in favor of the perpetrators who are either excused, plea bargained, or given light punishments.

There are, however, many reports online for restitution recoveries which reveal a very sad picture.  Per the California Department of Insurance statement on Workers’ Compensation Fraud:

“In fiscal year 2014-15, the district attorneys reported a total of 740 arrests, which also included the majority of Fraud Division arrests. During the same time frame, district attorneys prosecuted 1,409 cases with 1,654 suspects, resulting in 650 convictions. Restitution of $32,065,830 was ordered in connection with these convictions and $8,647,532 was collected during fiscal year 2014-15. The total chargeable fraud was $646,186,555 representing only a small portion of actual fraud since so many fraudulent activities remain to be identified or investigated.”

With 1409 prosecutions, only 650 convictions were made.  Over $32 million in restitution was ordered, but less than $7 million collected.  In relation to the amount stolen (over $646 million) the amount collected is just over 1% of the total.  That means $639 million could go uncollected.



 Properly Investigate Every Claim

Every claim should pass through a “bulletproof investigation procedure”.  This is designed to give you the proper information to make an accurate decision on the claim.  Further subrosa investigation should be used as an information gathering tool.  It is better to investigate EVERY claim, than to investigate no claims.

Here are 13 claimant behaviors that raise red flags:

  1. Injury takes longer to heal than medical guidelines specify.
  2. Injury is reported late, reported to a lawyer or the state commission before reported to the employer.
  3. Fails to attend weekly meetings.
  4. Is uncooperative; will not try a transitional duty job.
  5. Is not home during the workday when you phone.
  6. Only has a postal box, not a home address.
  7. Misses doctor appointments.
  8. Performs seasonal activities, hobbies, or work.
  9. Has moved out of town or out of state.
  10. Disputes average weekly wage due to additional income.
  11. Files for benefits in state other than principle location.
  12. Disputes information supplied by the employer.
  13. Submits repetitive medical reports indicating continuing, constant pain with conservative medical treatment.


January 17, 2017 by  
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Evеrу уеаr milliоnѕ of people are injurеd in ассidеntѕ and these accidents can оссur аt hоmе, in their саrѕ, аt wоrk рlасе, оr оutdооrѕ. Gеnеrаllу thеѕе accidents are rеѕult of ѕоmеоnе еlѕе’ѕ fault аnd in ѕuсh саѕеѕ thе реrѕоn who is nоt at fаult has thе right tо mаkе соmреnѕаtiоn. The mаjоritу оf the accidents are thе rеѕult оf rоаd trаffiс ассidеntѕ (RTA’s) thаt mаkе most injury сlаimѕ, some of thе ассidеntѕ оссur at рubliс рlасе оr рubliс highways аnd few of thе in the wоrkрlасе. Many injurу сlаimѕ hаvе rеаllу еxрlоdеd intо vеrу lаrgе sums of mоnеу over thе раѕt dесаdе.

Whеn most of us were kids an ассidеnt was асtuаllу аn ассidеnt аnd not juѕt аn еаѕу wау tо make уоu rich. I am nоt ѕауing that all lawsuits аrе completely wrong оr unnecessary, but thе ѕуѕtеm iѕ definitely being аbuѕеd. Many реорlе аrе lооking tо get mоnеу fоr nоthing any wау thаt thеу саn. Some people trу tо еxtоrt mоnеу frоm other реорlе, оr trу tо trick thеm оut оf thеir money. Furthermore, many реорlе thеѕе days are not асtuаllу асtivеlу looking for “frее” money, but when something bаd hарреnѕ to thеm, they ѕоmеtimеѕ take advantage of thе ѕituаtiоn. Unfоrtunаtеlу, nо one knоwѕ thе truе extent of this frаud since many реорlе get аwау with it еасh уеаr and the inѕurаnсе company bеing none the wiѕеr. Hоwеvеr, if уоu hirе an investigator, you ѕtаnd a better сhаnсе оf рrоving fraudulent сlаimѕ.

Premiums have inсrеаѕеd due tо fаlѕе оr еxаggеrаtеd personal injury fraud сlаimѕ, covering hоmе, mоtоr and buѕinеѕѕ accident роliсiеѕ. In ѕоmе cases claimants would ѕuffеr a genuine ассidеnt thаt was nоt thеir fаult, but thеn еxаggеrаtе their injuriеѕ or the timе it has taken thеm tо rесоvеr. Aѕ аn Invеѕtigаtоr аnd surveillance ѕресiаliѕt I believe it iѕ vеrу imроrtаnt thаt these сlаimѕ should be vаlidаtеd. Insurance frаud аffесtѕ many аnd I bеliеvе wе ѕhоuld аll play a rоll in еnѕuring thаt сhеаtѕ аrе fоund оut, аftеr all why ѕhоuld I рау mоrе bесаuѕе оf thеm. At thе ѕаmе timе thе genuine сlаimаntѕ ѕhоuld bе lооkеd after.

Aѕ ѕurvеillаnсе specialists whо rеgulаrlу conduct оbѕеrvаtiоnѕ оn claimants a truе account оf thе сlаimаntѕ dау tо day асtivitiеѕ аrе reported аnd аt nо time should it bе аdvаntаgеоuѕ оr disadvantageous tо оur сliеnt оr the subject. In thе old dауѕ ѕоmе рооr private invеѕtigаtоrѕ wоuld entrap thе ѕubjесt but I аm glаd tо ѕау thаt thе industry has сhаngеd аnd mоѕt of thеѕе соwbоуѕ hаvе bееn wееdеd оut of thе induѕtrу. Alѕо during аn invеѕtigаtiоn you ѕhоuld nоt сrеаtе any сirсumѕtаnсеѕ which mау еnсоurаgе or еnfоrсе any реrѕоnѕ ѕubjесt оf an inquiry tо еngаgе in аnу activity whiсh may be harmful tо their intеrеѕtѕ аnd at аll timеѕ you should perform your dutiеѕ in a lawful аnd еthiсаl mаnnеr.

National SIU (Special Investigation Unit), is a professional investigation firm that specializes in surveillance and services specifically for risk managers and insurance professionals, The Organization main goal is to provide their clients with effective evidence which can be use to uncover the truth. National special investigation unit (NSIU) firm is located in 869 E. Schaumburg Road, Suite 376, Schaumburg, IL 60194, you can mail us on At аll timеѕ wе еnѕurе a diѕсrееt and cost effective service for соmраniеѕ аnd individuаls.

21 charged in chiropractic insurance fraud conspiracies

January 17, 2017 by  
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U.S. Attorney for Minnesota Andy Luger announced charges against 21 people on multiple chiropractic insurance fraud conspiracies.

The chiropractors billed “no-fault” insurance policies for more than $20 million.

Luger said state and federal law enforcement agencies are cracking down on no-fault automobile insurance fraud.

“The charges unsealed today represent a serious effort to expose crooked billing abuses that harm consumers. The Commerce Fraud Bureau and FBI continue to work closely with my office to ensure that our efforts to stop fraud and abuse are aligned with the interests of all Minnesotans.” Luger said.

According to documents, between 2010 and 2015, Preston Forthun, Angela Schulz, Huy Nguyen, Adam Burke and other Doctors of Chiropractic were a part of schemes with others to defraud automobile insurance companies.

The chiropractors involved would submit claims and receive reimbursements for chiropractic services that were either not necessary or were never provided.

In order to get more patients to come to the appointments that were not necessary, chiropractors made illegal payments to patient recruiters known as “runners.” The runners would make up to $1,000 per automobile accident in exchange for bringing the patient into the chiropractor’s office. The runners only got the kickback amount after the patient attended a certain number of treatment sessions. Runners also worked with patients to stage phony accidents.

Runners involved: Abdisalan Hussein, 48, of Minneapolis, Sahal Warshame, 35, of Minneapolis, Yahye Herrow 45, of Minneapolis, Temitayo Daniel, 35, of Minneapolis, Merron Samuel, 36, of Saint Paul,  Abdirahin Ibrahim, 35, of Saint Paul, Dana Kidd, 35, of Elk River, Samatar Omar, 28, of Edina, Abdinasir Abikar, 31, of Minneapolis, Ali Abikar, 28, of Edina, Dana Comeaux, 57, of Brooklyn Center, Carlos Luna, 48, of Minneapolis, Jerome Doe, 52, of Brooklyn Park, Napolean Deah, 32, of New Brighton, Sammany Spangler, 27, of Woodbury.


If you know of any workers compensation fraud, give us a call at 800-960-6748

Excessive Rent

January 13, 2017 by  
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The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) aims to provide low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled with the ability to afford safe and sanitary housing in the private market through its Housing Choice Voucher program. Two landlords in Colorado took advantage of this program and an eligible family by charging them $18,000 more in rent than they were allowed to collect.

The voucher program involves a public housing agency (PHA), which pays a housing subsidy directly to a participating landlord on behalf of the person or family. (The landlord agrees not to collect any additional payments other than the portion authorized by the PHA.) The landlords in today’s case charged $18,000 in excess rent and entered into a lease extension that increased the family’s rent payment. (This was in violation of the voucher program. The PHA determines the maximum amount of rent, not the landlord.)

The landlord entered into a civil settlement and did not admit liability. They agreed to pay $73,650 to the federal government to settle the case involving the Section 8 tenants. The landlords’ actions not only took advantage of their tenant, they also undermined the HUD mission. (They are fortunate that the government did not require them to live behind bars where the conditions may not be quite as sanitary and safe as they are accustomed to.)

5 Most Common Types of Insurance Frauds You Should Know Of

January 12, 2017 by  
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Surprisingly, insurance fraud is viewed as a victimless offense. When insurance companies are cheated, it is the people who pay premium on a timely basis that suffer the most. This is because their insurance cost goes up. It’s saddening to know that the losses suffered by insurance companies because of perpetrators are in turn borne by honest people.

According to statistics, around $80 billion losses are incurred annually on account of insurance frauds.

However, not many people know that we, as individuals, can play an essential role in preventing insurance frauds. For this, we need to be aware of the most common types. Stated below are the 5 most common types of insurance frauds:

1.     Stolen Cars

Offenders make use of stolen cars to commit an insurance fraud in two ways. Firstly, if a legitimate owner sells the car to a body shop owner for spare parts, it could be considered stolen. Since the body shop is also a faction of the scheme, the legal authorities wouldn’t  be able to find out that an insurance fraud has been committed. Secondly, criminals hide their car and make claims that it has been stolen. Moreover, the insurance company wouldn’t be able to draw out money from the car owner even after the car is located.

2.     Car Accidents

Many of the accidents that happen around us are actually insurance frauds taking place. Insurance fraud accidents are staged where the driver and the victim are co-conspirators. Sometimes, the fraud is planned on such a massive level that it involves fake witnesses and insurance investigators as well. Moreover, in such fraud claims, the value of the car that got hit and the value of the car that hits the victim’s car are greatly hiked. Likely so, the cost of the damages is also inflated.

3.     Health Insurance Billing Fraud

It is quite appalling to know that healthcare professionals are often involved in such conspiracies. Some basic examples of common frauds they commit include billing the insurance company for treatments that was never provided, or hiking the value of the work that was done. For instance, if a patient comes in for a regular checkup, the doctor would bill the insurance company for an in-patient surgery. Here, the patient may be the real victim of fraud but would have no knowledge of it.

4.     Unneeded Medical Procedures

If you ever come across a situation where your doctor is prescribing you tests unnecessarily, or ones you feel don’t pertain to your condition, you might be a victim of insurance fraud. For example, if you are suffering from a leg sore and your doctor asks you to get some blood and stool tests done, you are likely to get confused as to the reason behind this test.

5.     Faked Death

This is one fraud that has stemmed from movies, books and TV shows. In such kind of insurance frauds, the criminal will file an insurance policy of his own life, making the spouse as the only beneficiary. After months, the fraudster will fake his/her own death and all the money and benefits will go to the spouse. Post funeral, the spouse may relocate where they reunite and enjoy the claimed money.

Have you been a victim of a ruthless insurance fraud? If yes, then you surely need the assistance of an insurance fraud investigator such as National SIU. This private investigations firm has a special investigations unit so that you can be provided with evidences that reveal the real side of the case. Browse their website for more information.

Camping Out at Home

January 6, 2017 by  
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The appeal of the Recreational Vehicle (RV) lifestyle is growing. (It’s a great way to travel and vacation economically, while also taking along your family, friends and the kitchen sink.)A Tacoma-area man found his job as an RV salesman appealing as well because he used an on-the-job injury to defraud the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) out of more than $81,000 in state disability benefits.

The RV salesman claimed he slipped and fell on an icy parking lot at one of the RV companies where he worked and injured his lower back and chest. He said his doctors confirmed he was not able to work due to the injuries.

Over a two-year period, the man signed off on official forms stating he did not and could not work because of his on-the-job injury. During that time, L&I paid him $81,453 in workers’ compensation payments.

During a routine check of state Employment Security Department records, it was discovered that the man was actually working three jobs while receiving the workers’ compensation payments. (Apparently, he was working as an RV salesman at two different RV companies and also as a home caregiver.)

What sealed the man’s fate was evidence caught on camera. An investigator filmed him at an RV show where he was walking, raising his arms and showing trailers to prospective customers. He was also overheard telling a customer he had worked long hours at the show. (Oops. Gotcha!)

The 48-year old man pleaded guilty to felony first-degree theft and was sentenced to 45 days in jail. The judge was lenient and allowed the fraudster to serve time at home while electronically monitored. (That’s kind of like camping out at home I suppose.) He was also ordered to pay restitution in full to L&I.

With a Prompt Evidence Turnover Service, NSIU Delivers Superior Results to Clients

January 5, 2017 by  
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Efficiency is a specialty of NSIU and it is evident in their evidence turnover service, which allows them to deliver favorable results to clients

Many investigation agencies can offer clients surveillance and investigation services, but delivering timely results is what separates average investigators from the elite ones. Stretched out insurance fraud investigations don’t benefit anyone but the fraudsters. So, it is safe to say that promptness is one of the best qualities that an insurance investigation agency can have.

NSIU prides itself on the efficient and timely services that it offers to its clients. The best part of these timely services is the prompt evidence turnover service, which ensures that the clients receive the proof of any wrong doing, right after the investigators learn about it.

The agency utilizes their innovative virtual CASELINK to accomplish the task of prompt turnover of evidence. NSIU’s CASELINK is a virtual case management system which gives clients access to any and all evidence that the investigators have gathered on the case.

The best part about the CASELINK is that it is accessible to clients from anywhere and it is available 24/7, so the clients can access their case files whenever and wherever they want. And the clients don’t have to worry about the security of the case files either; the CASELINK is secured by a 256-bit encryption, which should give the clients peace of mind about the protection of their access to the CASELINK.

A representative from the agency was asked to comment on the topic and this is what they had to say, “As soon as our investigators have gathered evidence on any particular case, it is filed in the CASELINK. Clients can then access it from wherever they are. If the clients need us to turn over the evidence in person, then we can also accommodate that request. Our investigators will gather the evidence and deliver it to the client’s location.”

Prompt turnover of evidence is not the only advantage that clients receive, when they work with NSIU. The biggest advantage is the flat-rate pricing that the agency offer to their clients. This pricing method provides clients with the benefit of saving hundreds of dollars during an investigation.

With decades of experience under their belt, the investigators at NSIU know how to handle any type of insurance fraud investigation. They make sure that the truth is uncovered in all the investigations they handle and that their clients can avoid any possible losses.

About the Company

National SIU (Special Investigation Unit) is a professional investigation firm that specializes in surveillance and other services specifically for risk managers and insurance professionals. The organization’s main goal is to provide their clients with effective evidence which can be used to uncover the truth.

Contact Information


Toll-free:             800.960.NSIU (6748)

Fax:                        800.293.6748


Address:              National SIU Headquarters, 869 E. Schaumburg Road, Suite 376, Schaumburg, IL 60194



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