L&W Investigations Holds National Convention for Its Franchisees April 7-8
With more than 55 territories across the U.S. and Canada, L&W Investigations deploys a network of investigators to solve insurance fraud cases for its clients. For two days, the brain trust behind that network, L&W franchise owners, will convene in Boston for L&W Investigations annual national convention on April 7 and 8.
Westborough, MA, March 23, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Taking place at the Boston Copley Marriott, the two-day conference will feature presentations by nationally recognized experts from the insurance, legal, and IT industries—key partners in conducting any insurance fraud investigation. Featured presenters include:
- [bulJoseph Hayre & Traci Talamini, Trustmark Insurance
[bulJohn Sargent, MetLife
[bulJoe Zuromsky and Dan Donovan, Liberty Mutual
[bulJill Henriques, Esurance
[bulJodi Conners, Esq., Smith & Brink
[bulKurt Buck, Digital Aerospace Solutions
"The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud estimates the costs associated with insurance fraud to be $120 billion annually. That's not an epidemic, that's a plague," said Neal Lyons, CEO and chairman of L&W Investigations, Inc. "So we've loaded up our conference agenda with speakers who can help our franchise owners in making a dent in that figure by working more efficiently with clients, conducting tighter investigations and more effectively running their respective territories."
L&W Investigations works exclusively on fraudulent workers compensation, disability, liability, auto and property claims for organizations ranging from insurance companies to third-party administrators, self-insured companies to law firms and municipalities. And while traditional investigations firms look to former law enforcement types, L&W actively pursues franchise candidates with executive and management experience who have the business savvy and people skills needed to run a business and manage a team of investigators.
"That's what makes our national convention such an invaluable experience for all our franchise owners, but specifically those fairly new to insurance fraud. It gives them a chance to further educate themselves on the industry and learn from experts on the client-side and from our more seasoned franchise owners," said Lyons. "Beyond that, it's just a great way to further solidify the network of investigations offices by having franchise owners meet in a great city like Boston."
In its fifth year of operation and presently with 55 territories nationwide, L&W typically employs three to eight investigators at each office. L&W investigators go through extensive training and have access to the most state-of-the-art surveillance equipment. L&W's service offerings include: surveillance; statements; activity/disability checks; asset/background investigations; and medical audits/clinic inspections.
For more information on L&W Investigations, Inc, you can call their corporate offices at (508) 616-9370 or visit the Web site at www.lwinvestigations.com.
Not your everyday investigations firm
With 55 offices, L&W Investigations, Inc. specializes in fraudulent insurance claims. In addition to nationwide coverage, L&W investigators are highly trained specialists equipped with state-of-the-art surveillance technologies and other advanced systems to provide second-to-none results and service. That includes online case status reports, video delivery by digital download or CD, DVD or VHS tape, rush services at no extra charge and much more.
L&W Investigations are located across the U.S. and the Hawaiian Islands as well as in Canada and Puerto Rico. Franchise locations are still available and the company has set a manageable growth plan at 15 new units per year.
For additional information, visit the Web site at www.lwinvestigations.com or contact L&W's corporate headquarters located in Westborough, Massachusetts, at (508) 616-9370.