The Writing is on the “Dry” Wall

A 57-year-old drywall installer suffered multiple injuries after crashing his vehicle while driving from a job site. He complained of back pain but declined medical treatment and resumed working...

History of Injuries Revealed, Criminal Charges Follow

A 56-year-old education assistant claimed to injure her elbow while pulling a gate open at work. Some five months later, this California woman claimed to aggravate the injury to...

Detailer’s Deceptive Scheme Derailed

A 39-year-old auto detailer claimed to injure his back after a coworker backed a car into him. Coworkers reported seeing no sign of impact, nor him falling to the...

The Truth Lies in the Evidence

Insurance fraud is an intentional crime that involves a lie made to a person or entity with the intent to receive something not rightfully owed to that person. When...

All I Want for Christmas is a Security Camera

Surveillance can play a pivotal role in a workers’ compensation claim investigation.  Whether it's performed by the insurance company or captured by a business’ internal cameras, surveillance can help...
ICW Group's image of a surveillance camera.

Tape + Testimony = Success

ICW Group surveillance efforts revealed a lie when a California man claimed a work-related injury. Shortly after resigning, a furniture mover working for an ICW Group customer alleged to...

Foggy Memory Leads to Criminal Charges

A 50-year-old woman in California claimed to injure her back, hip, and neck as a result of falling while descending a ladder at work. A workers' compensation claim was filed....

Work Comp Fraud Leads to Eight Felony Charges

A 39-year-old California man may pay the price for filing a workers' compensation claim after being injured in a rollover auto accident while he was working. He is facing...

Another Less Than Moving Account

While working for a moving company, a 43-year-old California man unloaded furniture down a truck’s ramp when he unfortunately slipped, injuring his hand and foot. After spending time off from...

Employer’s Tip Leads to a Criminal Investigation

Workers' comp fraud investigations often start with an informative lead. It might be a tip that an individual is working while collecting disability or that a doctor is billing...