Insurers face many challenges when it comes to injury claims and cost is certainly at the top of the list. There are three other challenges that the Insurer faces with an injury claim. Is the person putting forth the claim as injured as they claim to be? If we do surveillance on the person how will we know when they will leave their house so we can observe them? Lastly, will the surveillance footage be of value to us?




Social media investigations along with predictive analytics solves all three problems and can save thousands of dollars in the process. An in-depth social media investigation can reveal the habits and characteristics of the person before the accident. After the accident it can reveal how the person has changed since the accident if at all. In addition, it can show times, locations and other information that will aid in conducting targeted physical surveillance. Lastly, with analytics we can show the likelihood that surveillance will be successful before we go out saving thousands of dollars.




As we enter the third decade of the 21st century, technology has never been more available and more powerful than it is now. OSINT Investigations is leading the way in innovation and technology and will continue to solve our client’s problems in the most efficient and cost-effective manner in the industry.


Our Services

Investigation Services

From Social Media Investigations to Traditional Surveillance, we offer a wide range of Investigation services. Find more info here.

Locate Services

Need to locate someone but they haven't updated their vehicle info? Without this finding out where a person is now, is impossible. Our locate service uses social media and proprietary software to locate, serve and document the service. Read more here.

Predictive Analytics

Predictive Analytics (PA) is technology that learns from experience (data) to predict the future behavior of individuals in order to drive better decisions.

PA leads within the growing trend to make decisions more “data driven”, relying less on one's “gut” and more on hard, empirical evidence.

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