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  • Stryker gathers factual information and provides field intelligence functions through integrated teams of intelligence analysts, social media analysts, physical surveillance specialists and a dedicated number of special investigators. All assignments are immediately assigned to an appropriate Investigator.

    Proper investigation of an incident requires patience, training, experience, and skill on the part of an investigator. Specific rules for investigating cannot cover all situations. The investigator must use ingenuity and imagination to determine the best way to get the facts. The Stryker investigator is primarily a fact gatherer and is not expected to engage in extensive legal research. The investigator will interview witnesses and parties involved, obtain statements and photographs, and prepare diagrams. The investigator must, however, gather all pertinent facts impartially and report them accurately and concisely.

    Employers must typically provide injured employees with a workers’ compensation claim form within 24 hours of receiving notice of the injury. Employers must also supply the employee with written information (usually a pamphlet) about the employee’s rights under the workers’ compensation system. The written material should provide details about available benefits and how to file a claim. 

    Employers often think they have completed their investigation of the new workers’ compensation claim when they have finished filling out the state required Employers’ First Report of Injury (FROI). The information on the FROI is a good start on investigating a new injury claim, but it is not, by far, the only information that needs to be developed when investigating an injury claim. The person responsible for overseeing the employer’s workers’ compensation claims should interview the injured employee, in person if possible or by phone if an in person interview is not possible, to discuss the accident.

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    Stryker database solutions provide an in-depth view of your subject by uncovering and understanding what motivates people to commit fraud so Stryker can better assess risk and assets – We can find hidden assets, signs of financial distress, prior civil and criminal history as well as conduct social media investigations. Our  database solutions include:

    ·       Background Investigation

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    ·       Vehicle Registration

    ·       Police Report

    ·       Work Comp Record Check

    AVOIDING FRAUD: Business owners should clearly and continuously convey to all employees a commitment to workplace safety as well as a zero tolerance of workers’ compensation fraud.  Ask your insurance carrier for anti-fraud materials such as posters or payroll stuffers, and educate employees about the adverse impact that fraud can have on each of them and their individual positions.

    Three types of workers’ compensation claimants who may commit various degrees of “fraud,” some of which may be due to poor management or the process-oriented nature of workers’ compensation claims management in the current environment.

    They are:

    1. Abusers.
    2. Opportunists, and
    3. Forgotten, frustrated, and forlorn employees.
  • Stryker Investigation Services a licensed Private Investigator for Insurance Investigations. Atlanta Office 3355 Lenox Road Suite 750, Atlanta, GA (678) 601-6148
    The nearly 3.0 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported by private industry employers in 2014 occurred at a rate of 3.2 cases per 100 equivalent full-time workers.
    Workplace Injury - Stryker Investigation Services Atlanta Private Investigator
    Of the nearly 3.0 million nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses in 2014, 2.8 million (95.1 percent) were injuries. Copyrighted Material: Stryker Investigation Services Inc.
    Construction workplace injuries - Stryker Investigation Services Atlanta Private Investigator
    Out of 4,251* worker fatalities in private industry in calendar year 2014, 874 or 20.5% were in construction―that is, one in five worker deaths last year were in construction. The leading causes of worker deaths on construction sites were falls, followed by electrocution, struck by object, and caught-in/between. Copyrighted Material: Stryker Investigation Services Inc.

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