MJM is continuously innovating to stay abreast of technological advancements. We have developed market-leading software and technology solutions to optimize your investigative program. From case management software to on-demand dashboard metrics, automation solutions to performance intelligence and benchmarking, MJM remains the industry leader in investigation innovations.

Our proprietary, online, case management portal allows claims staff and management to efficiently and securely view and collaborate on files with the ability to assign and review work product in real time, while supporting a paperless environment. With advanced security features and access for all stakeholders, this collaborative approach enables staff to share work product, communicate with legal teams and clients, track assignments, review video and more.

To further guarantee our commitment and our dedication to accountability, MJM provides 24/7/365 access to data through our on-demand Digital Dashboard reporting platform. This provides the ability to monitor and track all assignments on-demand, in real time. Unlimited reports and analytical data can be accessed by the management team and executive personnel. From usage and compliance to Return on Investment, custom tailored reporting provides unrivaled transparency across the entire organization.

A customised and cutting edge remote interview platform capable of recording live interviews, which are available to the client within minutes of conclusion through MJM’s global case management platform. The interview platform will also consist of a self-interview feature which will allow the client to design specific questions.

Through an exclusive partnership with Trinitas Group, MJM is able to provide a comprehensive quantitative motion analysis of the physical movements and range of motion captured in surveillance footage. This analysis is performed utilising 2D Motion Analysis Software.Surveillance footage is also utilised to perform Qualitative Observational Analysis. This analysis can determine the presence or absence of pain indicators during functional movements.