About Adam Visnic
Adam Visnic is a private investigator, licensed in both Ohio and Kentucky, and owner of Gravitas Professional Services, LLC. He has an MS in Safety, Security, and Emergency Management and a BS in Criminal Justice both from Eastern Kentucky University, where he was a captain on the Colonels baseball team.
Entries by Adam Visnic
Companies of all sizes should have return-to-work (RTW) programs in place. When an injured employee makes a seamless transition back to full duty, everybody wins. Ideally, RTW programs (sometimes called modified duty, light-duty, and transitional duty) are launched with extensive training in how to avoid injury in the first place. The best time to implement […]
Acronyms. SMH. Having been a private investigator in the Workers’ Compensation (WC) industry for almost 15 years, IMHO, I come across quite a bit of industry jargon – an alphabet soup of acronyms only trumped by the federal government. If you’re new to the industry, or need a refresher, here’s a list of acronyms YSK: […]
As a private investigator, I’ve seen first-hand the costs of workplace accidents, and the challenge of trying to reduce them. While my role focuses primarily on eliminating fraud, waste and abuse on the back-end of claims, increasingly, employers are looking for ways to address workplace safety issues before they arise, not least through incentive-based schemes. […]
Stop calling me to do illegal things. I won’t do them.
REVISED: You can’t succeed as a private eye if you’re not constantly learning. Ditch some of your old school ways and find the new stuff!
I’m a private investigator and I need a new car. But, I hate car shopping. So, I asked my fellow bloggers and auto junkies at Jalopnik, “What Car Should I Buy?” It’s a weekly segment they do: these dudes (NOT SALESMEN) help REAL people find ACTUAL vehicles for sale. And then they hilariously write about […]