Surveillance Professionals Investigations, L.L.C.
Phone: (717) 422-5627/ (570) 639-5202 | Fax: (717) 422-5627 / (570) 639-5202
QUALITY, INTEGRITY, EXCELLENCE
Surveillance Professionals Investigations, L.L.C. (S.P.I) starts with quality, taking to heart the needs of the customer first. S.P.I has built its reputation on being the very best in the industry.
A CONTINUING TRACK RECORD
That reputation continues today, and will carry on far into the future. The clients of S.P.I. know that excellence is in the very foundation of the business. If you, the valued client aren't getting the highest level of service to meet your needs, contact us using the form on the Contact page.
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Mr. Bower has had extensive training from his time in the military and as a police officer. He has also served over twenty-five years as an Operations Manager and a Field Investigator, primarily in and around central Pennsylvania.
Mark Slacktish received his Administration of Justice Bachelor Degree from Penn State University at University Park, PA in 1996. Thereafter, Mr. Slacktish has served over seventeen years as an Operations Manager and a Field Investigator, primarily in the Scranton/Wilkes Barre, PA region
More than three-quarters (76 percent) say they're more likely commit insurance fraud during an economic downturn than during normal times (up from 66 percent in 2003)
More than two-thirds of consumers (68 percent) say they believe insurance fraud happens because people believe they can get away with it (up from 49 percent in 2003)
Every $1 invested in workers compensation anti-fraud efforts has returned $6.17, or $260.3 million total in 2006-2007.
(California Insurance Department, 2007 annual report)
Surveillance Professionals Investigations, L.L.C. (S.P.I.) offers our clients over forty-two years of combined surveillance and investigative experience between Larry Bower and Mark Slacktish. Mr. Bower and Mr. Slacktish guarantee to provide superior case management to each and every client and we assure that every surveillance and investigation will be thoroughly conducted.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau estimates that fraud costs insurers around $30 billion each year, including workers' compensation claimant fraud and medical fraud.
Workers’ compensation insurance premium fraud is a serious problem. Not only is it illegal, it adversely affects the bottom lines of producers and carriers, and leads to higher insurance premiums for honest businesses.
Fraud is a problem which plagues workers' compensation systems in every country, with billions of dollars being spent in unnecessary litigation, surveillance, legal fees, and settlements worldwide. Workers' compensation fraud is committed by doctors, lawyers, employers, insurance company employees and claimants, and occurs in both the private and public sectors.