Travelers Workers Compensation claims

Travelers Workers Compensation

Insurance fraud is generally defined as any act committed with the intent to deceive an insurer for the purpose of profit or gain. Insurance fraud may involve making false representations on an insurance application, exaggerating or inflating an insurance claim, and billing for services never rendered.

For example, some employees falsely claim to be injured on the job when, in fact, the injury occurred outside the workplace. At other times, a real injury is exaggerated, and the dishonest employee receives workers compensation benefits while sometimes working a second job. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), workers compensation fraud costs Americans $5 billion a year.

If you suspect fraud has been committed, file a report* by phone or via the web, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All statements are kept confidential and made available only to the Travelers Investigative Services Team. In addition, reports can be submitted anonymously— no questions asked.

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