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investigator

  • Directly conduct investigation actions base on proceeding rules in many criminal cases. 
  • Strong skills to deal with legal issues in a criminal case. 
  • Perfect skills of negotiation and advocacy 
  • Excellent writing skill  and high practical experience. 
  • Have supported legal for clients in many different cases and help them to win an overwhelming victory. 
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investigator

  • Factual / Fraud Investigations (fires, thefts, accidents, burglaries, drink / drug driving incidents, loss of items and malicious damage claims) 
  • Detailed report writing 
  • Presenting fraudulent and high value claims to a claims committee on a weekly basis 
  • Constant reviewing of the Youi Product Disclosure Statements due to many changes 
  • Monthly KPI’s 
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investigator

  • Managing and investigating a portfolio of domestic and commercial insurance claims
  • Detailed reporting of investigation findings and recommendations for settlement outcomes
  • Instruct and monitor performance of external provider panel & forensic experts
  • Accountability to deliver KPI billing hours for financial return 
  • Liaison with external agencies including FESA, WA Police
  • Assisting with development of fraud indicator framework
  • Delivery of fraud training to insurance staff and insurance brokers
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investigator

  • Instrumental in the investigation of auto insurance fraud and medical fraud; conducted undercover surveillance to gather case data. 
  • Work directly with District Attorneys to prepare cases for trail and ensure successful prosecution. 
  • Participate as member of the ICA Anti-Fraud taskforce
  • Key note speaker at insurance fraud related seminars
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investigator

  • Investigation of criminal cases such are theft, robbery, violence, documents fraud, drugs related crime etc.
  • Leading casework by questioning persons, and collecting evidences from different sources.
  • Charging criminals and composing documents for trial court.
  • Obtain and verify evidence by interviewing and observing suspects and witnesses or by analysing records.
  • Collaborate with other offices and agencies to exchange information and coordinate activities.
  • Develop relationships with informants to obtain information related to cases.
  • Collaborate with other authorities on activities such as surveillance, transcription, and research.