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Oct 15 2013, 4:55pm CDT | by PR.com

Insurance Fraud Investigations Company becomes certified by the NGLCC.

Syracuse, NY, October 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- AG Investigations has been certified by the NGLCC (National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce) as a LGBT-owned business. The LGBTBE Lesbian, Gay,...

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LGBTBE Certified Investigative Firm

Oct 15 2013, 4:55pm CDT | by PR.com

Insurance Fraud Investigations Company becomes certified by the NGLCC.

Syracuse, NY, October 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- AG Investigations has been certified by the NGLCC (National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce) as a LGBT-owned business. The LGBTBE Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Business Enterprise is a national certification for minority owned businesses. AG Investigations of Syracuse, NY is now one of those certified businesses.

The NGLCC is the business advocate and direct link between LGBT business owners, corporations, and government. The NGLCC was founded as the exclusive organization for certification of LGBT owned businesses, and works to foster mutually beneficial opportunities for small businesses and corporate members. As the umbrella organization for 52 state, local and international LGBT chambers of commerce, affiliates, the NGLCC is the largest LGBT business advocacy and development organization in the world.

Co-founders Michael Andrews and William Gorman are not only business partners but life partners as well. They, together with their team of former federal agents, retired police detectives, retired military personnel provide insurance claims investigators in New York City and all of New York State.

Insurance fraud is on the rise and AG Investigations is providing these services to Third Party Administrators, Self-Insured Organizations, and some of the largest insurance carriers in New York State. AG specializes in workers’ compensation fraud and has had an extremely successful year with finding fraud and saving these organizations millions in fraudulent claims. A conservative estimate of 2 million dollars has been saved by AG since January 1, 2013.

To contact AG Investigations about these services or questions about the NGLCC certification please see their website at www.andrewsgorman.com or call Mike Andrews at (315) 506-3242.

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