An MMA fighter with a closed head injury was caught posting on Facebook about drinking alcohol, running several miles, and getting back into the ring "feeling like I've never been injured." The potential savings on this liability claim exceed $200,000.
A claimant had knee surgery and then 6 weeks later posted a photo journal of his walking tour of New York City, which included photos of the claimant climbing to on top of park benches, and a video of the claimant at a dance party. The potential savings on this comp claim exceed $50,000.
An employee kept calling out of work on Mondays and Fridays with no notice. Fraud Sniffr was able to provide evidence that this employee was co-employed as a real estate agent. Termination for cause took place immediately.
Fraud Sniffr saved a client over $800,000 in a single report by showing photographic evidence in social media that our perm total employee was running a jewelry business (mining his own stones) in Honduras. He was also building parade floats in his basement. The claimant was thrown out of court with no award, and subsequently investigated for WC fraud as well as social security fraud.