Omega Investigations have a skilled team of insurance claim investigators. We have been investigating insurance claims for nearly 20 years. We have a specific process for dealing with insurance claims, we endeavour to contact the insured within 24 hours and arrange an appointment to meet, we take detailed statements to ensure accuracy, these can be done by digital recording to provide efficiency. We conduct scene investigations whether it be a burglary, motor vehicle accident or fire, our investigators are highly experienced in determining the veracity of the claim.
The types of insurance claims we investigate are:
- Fire and general home insurance claims.
- Marine claims.
- Health and disability.
- Liability claims.
Our skilled insurance claim investigators will identify exaggerated insurance claims, identify motive and provide you with a detailed accurate report either directly to the insurance company or through your legal advisor privileged.
Some examples of our work are:
- Recovery of $400,000 worth of unique jewellery stolen from a burglary Herne Bay, Auckland.
- Recovery of a boat stolen and located in Brisbane, Australia.
- $40,000 burglary claim which was proved to be false, the claim was an exaggerated insurance claim where receipts provided in support of the claim were from property owned by an unrelated person. – We have had thousands of similar successes with this type of fraud over the last 20 years.
- Arson of commercial premises where the owner had paid persons to burn down his warehouse.
All offenders identified and prosecuted as well as the insurance claim defeated.
- Recovery of $100,000 Range Rover motor vehicle stolen from a dealer’s yard. We suspected that the vehicle was hidden in a commercial garage and we located a camera overlooking the area outside the garage and 10 days after installation of camera the stolen vehicle was taken for a drive. Person arrested and vehicle recovered.
- Medical claim where insured had been on risk for 10 years, our surveillance agents followed the claimant and photographed and videoed activity well beyond their capability as described to medical professionals. Claim declined.