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Do you want to investigate the WSIB claim your employee recently filed for? If yes, Top Tier Investigations Inc. is here to help. With over 30 years of investigation experience, our team knows the in-depth ins and outs of corporate claims and caters to the diverse insurance needs of the businesses. If you are willing to take a stand against any workplace benefit fraud but lack the internal resources and evidence, rely on our private WSIB and workplace investigators to deal with these sensitive issues. We’re the team to trust for all corporate investigations in Toronto.
Types of Corporate/WSIB Frauds
Our experienced and knowledgeable team of corporate investigators work with dedication, precision and discretion to investigate a wide range of health benefits frauds, including WSIB fraud, long and short term disability claims and chronic absenteeism investigations, approaching all cases with a proactive mindset. We will find the actual reason behind the WSIB claim and identify any fraudulent claims. We will do this by installing and conducting surveillance checks, reviewing workplace camera footage, interviewing employees and staff, and reviewing personal records, including background checks and any previous WSIB claims. This approach ensures consistent and actual results, as we provide you with detailed reports that include witness statements and concrete evidence.
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Our private investigators are credible, accountable, fair, and impartial. We do not take sides; instead we are straight and professional, with transparent results being of the utmost importance. If you are concerned about the possibility of a fraudulent WSIB claim occurring in your workplace, are looking to commence an insurance fraud investigation, or wish to discuss your options, feel free to contact our experts for a complimentary consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Individuals convicted under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act can be subject to a fine of up to $100,000, probation, ordered to pay back the money, could be put in jail for up to six months for each subsequent offence. Those exceeding $5,000 in fraud can be sentenced to imprisonment for up to 10 years.
There are two signs that employers have committed fraud: 1) they fail to report an accident or discourage a worker from reporting the accident; and 2) they provide inaccurate payroll to the employee.
Businesses and corporations convicted under the Act can be fined up to $500,000 for each offence. They might also be sentenced to pay back the full amount of money received.