Telephone: (561) 206 - 4212 |

Telephone: (954) 768 - 9222 |

Insurance Loss Investigation.  Barratry Fraud, Locating Assets, Funds, Missing Money, Properties.

Florida Investigators, Insurance Fraud, Barratry Fraud Investigation. Insurances Loss Due To Maritime Fraud.


Ship Barratry, Insurance Fraud, It Was The Perfect Crime - Not If We Investigate. I am a Yacht Captain, Fort Lauderdale Florida Investigators, Who Investigates Maritime Insurance Fraud.



Maritime Insurance Losses Fraud Investigations, Florida

Investigations Of Maritime Fraud, Insurance Loss,  Locating Hidden, Stolen Assets.

Anchor Investigations, Florida Agency A9700024, DBA, Civil, Corporate Florida Investigators.

Telephone: (561) 206 - 4313
Telephone: (954) 768 - 9222


Maritime Insurance Loss, Fraud. Florida Investigator, Maritime Insurance Fraud Investigations.

Ship Barratry, Insurance Fraud, It Was The Perfect Crime - Not If We Investigate.

What Is, And Red Flags Of Barratry Fraud.

Barratry (admiralty law) - In admiralty law, barratry is an act of gross misconduct committed by a owner, master or crew of a vessel which intentionally damages the vessel or its cargo.

These activities may include desertion, illegal scuttling, theft of the ship or cargo, and committing any actions which may be designed to collect insurance funds by the owner, master or crew.

Some red flags, of barratry maritime fraud that cause concern in a potential boat fraud case.

A boat owner may have his vessel heavily insured beyond its actual value. Or a background check might uncover that he had the boat up for sale for several months without a bite.

Barratry Fraud schemes involve all kinds of craft, from small wooden boats to privately owned yachts to big commercial vessels. The crime occurs for reasons ranging from greed to desperation, according to interviews with insurance companies.



Maritime Services  

  Home      About Us      Contact Us     Intake Form      Vessel Deliveries     Vessel Recoveries     Recreational Accidents     Captain Crew Investigations     Boat, Yacht Repair Fraud      Cruise Ship Accidents      Recovering Maritime Documents     Maritime Employee Thefts      Marine Insurance Loss        Marine Background Checks         Sitemap  



Sea Captain MantaSea Captain FacebookSea Captain Google For BusinessSea Captain  Twitter ReviewsSea Captain Linkin





Private  Investigator  Links, Services.  

  Home      Information  About  Investigators     Contact Us     Intake Form      Infidelity Investigations     Divorce, Custody     Missing Persons     Background Checks     Employee Thefts      Employee Surveillance      Negative Business Reviews     Fake Accident, Injury Claims      Corporate Intelligence     Maritime Investigations     Hiring Tips     Sitemap 



Manta Fort Lauderdale Private Investigatorstwitter Fort Lauderdale Private Investigatorsfacebook Fort Lauderdale Private InvestigatorsFlorida Investigators Youtube Video     google shareing Fort Lauderdale Private Investigatorsgoogle Plus Fort Lauderdale Private Investigators     bing Yahoo Fort Lauderdale Boca Raton Palm Beach Private Investigator


  Actual Number Of Maritime Fraud Claims, It Remains A Difficult Crime To Prove.

Telephone: (954) 768 - 9222

Telephone: (561) 206 - 4212

A Suspicious Sinking:

Actual numbers on the frequency of the maritime crime are hard to come by, insurance companies say, because maritime fraud remains a difficult crime to prove. A suspicious sinking could well signal Coast Guard inquiries and a  insurance company denial of the insurance payment.


In The Old Days, despite suspicions, insurance companies often have no choice but to pay out on potentially fraudulent claims.

By even suggesting fraud without substantial evidence, the companies open themselves up to accusations of bad faith, claims.

Maritime Investigations:

Historically, the marine investigator and licensed private detective has been the preferred expert for the investigation of marine casualties by insurance companies and other interests. This is by virtue of the marine investigator long and practical experience with boats and the kinds of things that happen to, or go wrong with, boats.


A fundamental presumption is that once a claimant has been paid that no options are available to recover the funds of the Maritime fraud. The main prerequisite for becoming a marine investigator is to look for how the criminals can hide there assets. .

Maritime Fraud, Insurance Loss Investigations.

Maritime Insurance Fraud Investigators.

As a Merchant Marine Captain, Florida Private Investigator, Certified Fraud Examiner I specialize in investigating land or sea maritime accidents.


Our marine investigators can locate and legally recover missing, stolen vessels or maritime property,


We conduct a variety of marine services to include, vessel fraud investigations in regards to damaged, lost or stolen vessels to collect the insurance premiums or the investigations of fraudulent activities of dishonest boat owners.

Maritime Causality.

An incident that causes loss or damage to a vessel, or injury to persons, is referred to as a "casualty" or "loss" by the insurance industry, regardless of how it occurs.


Anyone that is making a claim for loss or damages, whether an insured or not, is referred to as a "claimant.


Our Florida Maritime Service is to assist corporations, private individuals, insurance companies, law firms, marine, employers or employees who work in, or service the maritime industry..

Barratry, Insurance Fraud Investigation.

Checks To Determine If Someone Is In Debt.  A Reason To Commit Maritime Insurance Fraud. 

Anchor Investigation, Florida Private Investigators.

Income Tax returns.

W2s-Detail the salary received by a party .

Interest and dividend income.

Interest from tax free bonds.

Taxable Refunds of state and local taxes.

Overpayment of state and federal taxes.

Retirement plan distributions.

State and local income tax.

Real estate and personal property taxes.

Interest paid, mortgage interest and points-Schedule A.

Property used to earn income or for business purpose.

Investment interest paid.

Casualty and theft loss.

Miscellaneous deductions.

Schedule B, Interest and Dividend Income.

Schedule C, Profit or Loss from Business.

Schedule D, Capital Gains and Losses.

Schedule E, Supplemental Income and Loss.

Checks To Determine If Someone Is In Debt. A Reason To Commit Maritime Insurance Fraud.

Anchor Investigation, Florida Private Investigators.

Savings accounts and money market funds.

Checking account statements and cancelled checks.

Lifestyle analysis: Look at the lifestyle of the other party.

Cash flow procedures in a business.

Write offs of significant amounts should be reviewed.

Credit card receipts for purchases.

Credit reports for credit card accounts.

Insurance statements for cash value of insurance policies.

Off shore accounts.

Loan Applications and Personal Net worth Statements .

Public Records Check.

Local Level Searches: Search the County Records.

Quit Claim deeds that are filed.

County Court Records.

State Level Searches: The Secretary of State's .

The State Motor Vehicle Division.

Natural Resources Department titles boats and other water vessels.

Unclaimed Property Researched.



Private Investigations.

Please Click On The Blue Links Below.


Telephone: (561) 206 - 4212

Telephone: (954) 768 - 9222


Business Investigations

  Employee Thefts         Fake Sick Days         Fake Accidents         Illegal Deals         Embezzlement         Sabotage Against Employers         Harassment/Assault         Employee Vandalism         Competitor Analysis         Negative Business Reviews         Secret Shopper Investigations         Trade Show Investigations         On-Site, Work Investigations         Off-Site, Employee Investigations         Employee, Manager Loyalty Investigations         Political Testing         Employee Backgrounds         Investigating Investors         Corporate Undercover Agents         Locating Corporate Assets          Corporate Data Mining          Tips For Hiring A Private Investigator         





Maritime Services.

Telephone: (561) 206 - 4212

Telephone: (954) 768 - 9222



Maritime Services Investigations

  Commercial Accidents         Recreational Accidents         Captain, Crew Activities Investigated         Maritime Employee Theft         Marine Insurance Loss         Cruise Ship Accidents         Florida Charter Captain         Maritime Background         Recovering Marine Documents         Yacht Recoveries         Yacht Deliveries         Investigations Captain Crews         Marine Employee Theft         Tips For Private Investigator         Reporting Maritime Fraud Agencies, Hotlines        



Contact Us By Email.

Feel Free To Call Our Agency:


Telephone: (561) 206 - 4212

Telephone: (954) 768 - 9222



Maritime Services: 

Office Hours: 7:00 Am. - 11:00 pm.   Mon - Sun