Workers Comp InvestigationsSuccessful results on a Workers’ Compensation claim investigation require a unique knowledge and understanding of the intricacies and issues of the Workers’ Compensation claims process. Our investigative staff are highly experienced in conducting Workers’ Compensation investigations, including:

  • Full AOE/COE Investigations
  • Surveillance
  • Activity checks
  • “Alive and Well” checks
  • Medical clinic inspections
  • Social Media Investigations
  • Background investigations
  • Public and court records research
  • Assets checks

All Workers’ Compensation claims investigations are personally supervised by licensed private investigators with 30 years of experience or more. Our purpose is to deliver high-quality investigative results for our clients over the long term. To accomplish this purpose we provide consistent quality, timely reporting and rapid customer service.

DMA Investigations has been in business since 1979. We are headquartered in Los Angeles with offices and investigative resources across the country.

Please feel free to contact us if we can assist you in any way, particularly if you have an investigation assignment that you would like completed on time and to an excellent result.

DMA Specializes in Getting Film

Our experienced investigators won’t waste your time sitting on inactive subjects, filming the wrong person, losing subjects in traffic, etc. We specialize in getting film. If the subject is inactive, our investigator will be in touch by cell phone to adjust the strategy. No matter what is happening with the investigation, you will receive regular feedback.

How to Assign Investigations to DMA

There are several ways you can make assignments of Workers’ Compensation investigations to DMA:

  1. Email us at
    Describe the assignment in the email and/or
    attach your own referral form to the email.
  2. Phone us at (800) 649-7602.
  3. Fax your referral form to us at (866) 742-6989.
  4. Fill out an electronic referral form on our website. Click here and then on “Workers’ Compensation Investigation.”

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