Knowledge is power – Get it

For you to make better decisions regarding claims and settlements you need all the information at your disposal. Knowing your Subject can give you the upper hand. What does he/she do? What are their activities, sports, habits and places they frequent? Are they the reclusive type or outgoing and active? Are they involved in the community?Do they own and ride a motorcycle? Do they own other property? Do they cut wood, hunt mushrooms? This is all pivotal information when negotiating a case or determining investigative strategies going forward. You want the upper hand it’s more fun that way.

Kansas City Private Investigator – Jeff J. McDonald

Elderly woman has wedding ring stolen during manicure

An elderly lady who lived in a nursing home received a manicure a few weeks before she passed away. During the funeral her daughter noticed the wedding ring was missing. She always wore the ring and promised the ring to her daughter upon her death. The police were contacted along with a Kansas City Private Investigator Jeff J. McDonald. A thorough interview was conducted with the daughter and all known employees surrounding the elderly lady. A canvass was also conducted of local pawn shops using a picture of the ring. The ring was located just a few miles away at a pawn shop along with a suspect name. The thief turned out to be a female that provided manicures to the nursing home. She claimed she found the ring on the ground. The authorities are charging her with theft. The family heirloom is now safely back with the daughter.

Price is right big wheel spin undoes work comp claimant

If you’re going to try and cheat the workers compensation system it pays to stay off national television. Former postal worker Cathy Wrench Cashwell’s big double handed spin of the Big Wheel in 2009 was the beginning of her downfall, having claimed she was unable to work due to a 2004 workplace shoulder injury. The game was well and truly up – which is probably why she pleaded guilty in federal court. Cashwell was photographed riding a zipline on a cruise and hauling furniture and bags of groceries. Pretty mean feat for someone who claimed she couldn’t stand, sit, kneel, squat, climb, bend, reach or grasp.
Many cheats are arrogant and don’t think anyone will come out looking for them. They will just submit an injury claim and wait for the legal system to write them a check.
You don’t have to see someone on national television to get the wheels rolling on an investigation. Call or email and let us know who needs to be looked at today