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National Data Resources (NDRC) is a small company with national and international resources.  NDRC has been providing the highest quality claim support services for our clients for over twenty years. NDRC provides background checks, activities checks, surveillance services, claims management, accident investigation, and risk management services to over 500 companies, many of which are Fortune 500 Companies. NDRC is the only independent claim service designated to provide services for some of the largest transportation companies in North America.

NDRC is small enough to provide the highest quality specialized services the client wants, yet large enough to be able to provide an extensive array of services to fully support our claim and legal professional clients.

In addition to the NDRC’S specialized professional sub rosa* services NDRC provides day-to-day management of incidents/claims through the entire process from initial claim to settlement, and all areas that lead to the final resolution of a claim.

NDRC has developed and manages the most effective legal surveillance services in the United States, ever, period.  NDRC professionals are available throughout the world for services and can provide services as a non-participating, non-contact viewer, or NDRC professionals can provide undercover services working as an employee of your company.  There is really no limit to the type of services NDRC can provide to assure integrity and accountability for our clients.  Let’s explore the possibilities together.

NDRC provides total claims support for our clients. NDRC’S professionals attend mediations as company representatives, provides copyrighted claims management documents, accident and injury claims forms, settlement releases, medical and record authorizations, and other claims management documents.  

*Sub rosa – First attested 1654, from Latin sub rosa, “under the rose”, from sub, (“under”) + rosa (meaning “rose”. The rose’s connotation for secrecy dates back to Greek mythology. Aphrodite gave a rose to her son Eros, the God of Love; he, in turn, gave it to Harpocrates, the God of Silence, to ensure that his mother’s indiscretions (or those of the Gods in general, in other accounts) were kept under wraps. In the Middle Ages a rose suspended from the ceiling of a council chamber pledged all present – those under the rose, that is – to secrecy.

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