Our talented technical staff utilizes all key data and evidence sources, as well as their education and backgrounds, to determine what happened and most importantly why it happened. Our approach ensures that all contributing factors to the accident are identified, as well as issues that are likely to be raised by other parties.
  • What?
  • Detailed incident
  • When?
  • Detailed timelines
  • Where?
  • Detailed locations
  • Why? & How?
  • Probable Cause & Motivation
  • Work Related Accidents
  • Whether you work in an office building and spend the majority of your time behind a desk or work outdoors, performing highly physical labor, you may be injured in an accident. Work-related accidents affect employees in all sorts of industries with various job duties. Though the circumstances surrounding the incident may vary, the consequences of such an accident may be serious and far-reaching. Widely recognized as one of the most dangerous fields, construction is associated with a number of different types of workplace accidents. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the "fatal four" construction accidents are: electrocution, falls, struck-by objects and caught-in or between accidents.
  • The Investigation Process
  • The Claims Investigations process is one in which Insurance Companies, Insurance Examiners, or Investigators obtain information to evaluate a claim. As a result it may require perusing documents, locating witnesses, visiting and interviewing people, inspecting property such as vehicles, accident sites and physical locations to name a few. These investigations may lead to taking photographs, video, locating witnesses, interviewing victims, bystanders, employers and much more. Investigators are looking for evidence that a claim is legitimate or illegitimate. Keep in mind that other claims-related services listed in this section may also be required to get those answers.
Automobile Accident Investigation
Our vehicle investigation process includes accident scene investigation, statements, obtain police reports, determine liability and handle claim to conclusion. We also handle limited assignments such as obtaining a statement, conducting a locus investigation and witness canvassing.
$151 Billion Annually

Workplace injuries cost society $151 billion annually between lost productivity and wages, medical expenses and administrative expenses. The cost of a single workplace death is $1.12 million.

The Engineering & Construction (E&C) industry is one of the world’s largest sectors of the economy with $10 trillion spent on construction-related goods and services each year.

Construction Supervisors: #9 most dangerous job of 2018.

  • 18 fatal injuries per 100,000 workers
  • 134 fatalities
  • 43% of construction workers plan to work past age 65, according to a health and retirement study by the Center for Construction Research & Training.
  • 60% of OSHA inspections were in the construction industry as of 2016.
  • Projected growth of the industry and the number of construction worker deaths are on the rise.
  • 991 deaths out of 4,693 (21%) were in construction.
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