Personal Injury

Personal injuries can happen through countless different occurrences. Car accidents, slip and fall accidents, work accidents, medical malpractice, sports accidents and other sources of bodily injury can all result in an investigation.

Victims of personal injury often face hospitalization, high medical bills, lost wages and years of pain and painful memories. The consequences of accidents can be devastating to innocent victims and their families

Insurance companies often look to PPI Security to ensure that a claim is legitimate and that the injuries suffered are real. Additionally, even when a claim is completely valid, there is often the question of who is liable for damages, should any be awarded by a court of law.

PPI Security is experienced in assisting attorney clients with various types of personal injury investigations such as:

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  • Auto accidents and injuries
  • Premises accidents and incidents
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Wrongful Death
  • Work related accidents
  • Slips and falls
  • Lack of security related incidents
  • Dog bites or other animal related incidents
  • Difficult to locate or serve Process Service

We provide accident / incident scene documentation, including photographing and diagramming the entire accident scene. We also obtain incident, police, fire, EMT and other reports, as well as locate and interview witnesses and obtain claimant statements and evaluations.

During a Sub Rosa Investigation, PPI investigators will conduct a thorough background check to look for a history of fraudulent claims, accusations of fraud, criminal history, and known aliases. From there, investigators will begin the actual Sub Rosa surveillance, which may include covert surveillance of the subject while at home and in their free time.

Often during fraudulent insurance claims, the claimant will not bother to keep up the act on their days off, and investigators can shoot photographs and video of the claimant, providing invaluable information about the severity of the injury.

In addition, our investigators also look at the person’s social media accounts. People often share a great deal on social media, not realizing it can come back to haunt them.