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Civil Searches & Workers Compensation

Civil LitigationCivil Searches

What information is obtained? Our national network of courthouse researchers will perform a manual search for all cases of civil litigation at the local county level. Our researchers search both Upper and Lower court records to discover any civil litigation in that jurisdiction. The following items are covered in a record search: names of plaintiff and defendants, date of search, search period, type of record, type of action, case number and status or final disposition.

Why perform this search? Most people do not realize that an individual's history of civil lawsuits are not identified in the course of a criminal record search. Liberty's verification of a candidate's civil history will provide your company with information regarding the litigious nature of your candidate. A litigious employee can potentially cost your company time and money.

Workers Compensation

What information is obtained? Liberty utilizes state worker's compensation records to provide litigated worker's compensation records and computer databases, which provide prior reportable worker's compensation injuries. All searches are done in accordance with American Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines.

The following items are provided in this search: claim or case number, date of injury, nature of injury and the name of the business filed against. Often, the amount of the claim also will be made available.

Why perform this search? To help control fraudulent claims and improve your employee's safety ratios, it is vital to verify that no previous fraudulent claims have been reported on your candidates. According to the American with Disabilities Act, a Worker’s Compensation report can be requested once a conditional job offer has been made to the candidate.