Pecoraro Publishes Workers’ Compensation Investigation Book
Mario Pecoraro Investigator/CEO Publishes Workers’ Compensation Investigation Book
Clifton Park, NY…Mario Pecoraro, CEO of Alliance Worldwide Investigative Group, Inc. has published a book called, “The Claim Game – Twenty Best Practices When Managing and Investigating Workers’ Comp Claims.” The book, which is available on Amazon.com targets large employers, self-insured employers, insurance carriers, third-party administrators and workers’ comp professionals. It provides readers with Best Practices on how to reduce overall risk related to fraudulent workers’ compensation claims.
Mario wrote The Claim Game because organizations that fail to identify and eliminate fraud are losing hundreds of thousands of dollars – and many don’t even know it. This book offers assistance to claims professionals who don’t have the time or resources to spot the red flags that identify fraud. The twenty best practices in this book relates to hiring the right employees, engaging in preventative maintenance throughout the life of a claim, determining who should conduct an investigation when a claim is filed and carrying out the investigative process using a variety of tools.
The introduction of the book touches on Mario’s background working for his parents’ firm. Prior to founding Alliance Worldwide Investigative Group, Mario worked for fifteen years as a private investigator in a family-owned firm and conducted in excess of 2,500 hours of field investigative work, skip-tracing, asset investigations and locating missing persons, heirs and witnesses.
In one of excerpt from the book, Mario writes:
“I can even recall having to enter a shopping mall after a subject to try to find out what they were up to – who would have ever suspected a twelve-year-old investigating someone? Nobody! In retrospect, it was probably the perfect “cover” for doing surveillance.”
Mario Pecoraro received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and at the age of 24, took his NYS Private Investigation exam not realizing the minimum age requirement was 25. After he received his license, he was told he was the youngest private investigator ever to be licensed in the State of New York! He went on to found Alliance Worldwide Investigative Group, Inc. in 2005 with a few loyal employees and a lot of determination. In 2011, Mario received the 40 under Forty Award by the Albany Business Review, an annual program that identifies and celebrates the achievements and promise of 40 outstanding business people under the age of forty. Today his multi-million dollar company employs more than 25 professionals and includes divisions that handle employment screening, background investigations, insurance fraud surveillance, service of process/litigation support and claims adjusting.
The book can be purchased on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/The-Claim-Game-Practices-Investigating-ebook/dp/B016MI59W2.