Time and truth are of the essence.

An AOE/COE (Arising Out of Employment or in the Course of Employment) inquiry can help you make an informed, prudent and timely decision regarding the acceptance or denial of workers’ compensation claims. These inquiries require sensitivity, a solid work ethic and highly qualified field surveillance. Our AOE/COE inquiry process is centered on determining the truth and facts surrounding an alleged “on the job” injury.

Trust Case-Closed to give you the support you need – quickly and accurately.

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Here's How We Do It

Interviews

We find and record witnesses, obtaining written statements. We can also use bi-lingual investigators when needed – reducing your cost for interpreters.

Surveillance

We take video, photographs and gather other evidence at the scene.

When an AOE/COE is Most Important

An AOE/COE inquiry is especially advised when the claim is reported on a Monday morning, with no witnesses in a secluded work area, when the claimant was on the road for company business or operating company equipment. A properly completed AOE/COE inquiry may determine that the alleged injury was actually caused during one of these common situations:

  • Barroom fight
  • Family domestic violence
  • Amateur sport participation
  • Off-road ATV operation
  • Single vehicle crash
  • Out-of-state motor vehicle crash
  • Gentlemen’s Club visits

Don’t Delay!

A delayed request for an AOE/COE inquiry may mean much of the following important information is lost:

    • Physical Evidence

    • Witness Memories

    • Witnesses Not Normally Present

    • Video from Security Cameras

    • Local Newspaper and TV Reports

Better decisions based on solid information and available evidence are possible.

Contact us to discuss and find out how to close your case.

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