Personal Injury Investigations



 Some scams just never go away...


 We recently had a case come our way, in which the claimant stated that she had slipped and fallen while visiting a big-box

electronics store, which resulted in an injury. The store's insurance carrier had the foresight to contact us to take a closer look at their claimant. What we found was extraordinary.

This one claim resulted in an odyssey from another time. Almost immediately, we found that the claimant's sister had an identical claim with the very same retailer, which naturally raised our suspicions.

But it didn't stop there.

Over the course of our investigation, we found that the sisters were just two minor participants in a family of professional frauds. Each of their parents had extensive criminal records and at the time of our investigation, their father was still in prison for his part in a complex fraud scheme. Further, a member of their extended family was being sought by federal law enforcement authorities in connection with the suspicious deaths of several elderly men she had married and had drained their financial resources.

This family lived a semi-nomadic existence, drifting across the country and relocating whenever their luck began to run out. All the family members had numerous aliases, and were found to be connected to an east coast-based ring that involved personal injury claims, check fraud, insurance fraud, extortion and even a micro-empire built on the scam of "Gypsy Fortune-Telling."

This is by no means an isolated incident. At any given time, there are literally hundreds of criminal organizations across the country, orchestrating and conduting elaborate motor vehicle accidents, hit-and-run incidents, slip-and-fall fraud, and a host of other fraudulent activities.

As the criminal elements become more organized and their schemes more elaborate, you need a firm with a proven track record of success in exposing these frauds for what they are.

Don't become another victim of these criminals. Contact us today.

GTX Investigations
(647) 931-8762

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