New Online Insurance Fraud-Fighting Tool Launched

Share Article, an innovative new online insurance fraud-fighting tool from Washington Research Associates, Inc., researches a claimant's past medical history to detect unreported pre-existing medical conditions or treatments. Inexpensive, fast, and thorough, it saves insurance companies and attorneys time, money and resources in combating fraudulent claims.

Washington Research Associates, Inc., a Washington DC-based investigative firm, has launched its new website, which helps insurance companies and attorneys detect insurance fraud and misrepresentation, especially in workers compensation and personal injury claims. thoroughly investigates an insurance claimant's medical treatment history in search of unreported pre-existing conditions. The service searches all available medical records and/or prescription medication records in the claimant's geographic area and prepares a detailed report of its findings. On average, WRA researchers contact about 20 hospitals and 25 pharmacies in compiling the E-MedicalTrace reports.

"This unique new online service helps insurance claims adjusters and insurance attorneys quickly detect pre-existing medical conditions not reported by claimants," says Washington Research Associates Director, Joseph Ryan. "The client simply fills out a simple online Order Form and we launch our investigation immediately. Using our proprietary database of contact persons at hospitals and pharmacies nationwide, we produce an inexpensive and yet thorough finished report within 3-4 business days. If the insurance claimant has sought hospital treatment or prescription medications within the past five years, this will be indicated in the report. We do not charge for the report if no previous treatments are found."

To learn more or to order a report, visit the company's website at

The service is available only to insurance professionals and attorneys.

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