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Private Investigator Services:

(All services are negotiable due the nature of the investigation. The agency will take in and out of State cases.)

Accident Investigations/Personal Injury- When a traffic crash or accident occurs, many factors and circumstances need to be investigated. The agency will personally locate and interview witnesses, thoroughly review and examine crash reports, take photographs and measurements, time traffic speed and traffic lights, measure induced and contact damage, inspect the mechanical soundness of the involved vehicles, and methodically itemize the events as precisely as possible to establish the facts and circumstances surrounding the accident. Clients are provided with detailed, unbiased, and independent accident investigations.

Personal injury investigations can evolve into product liability cases when we present our conclusions, which may include a recommendation for subrogation, for instance. All facts and information will be gathered, but delve further by researching consumer complaints and investigating the background of a particular product.

Background/Public Records Check- Background checks are often requested by employers on job candidates for employment screening, especially on candidates seeking a position that requires high security or apposition of trust, such as in a school, daycares, homecare, hospital, financial institution, airport, and government. A background check looks further into a person's professional and personal history. A background check investigator will conduct interviews and find documents that will give you a greater understanding of the person you are looking into. These checks are traditionally administered by a government agency for a nominal fee, but can also be administered by private companies. Results of a background check typically include past employment verification, credit history, and criminal history.

Child Custody- A child custody investigation can protect your children from danger and abuse. In the case of a divorce or separation, child custody investigation can help make sure that the child involved stay safe. A parent or court may order a child custody investigator to determine what the child’s experience is like with a custody or non-custody parent. Investigations of parents sometimes reveal chronic neglect, child abuse, or parental alcoholism or drug abuse. If you need to know, a private investigator or qualified child custody investigator can tell you the truth and can save your child’s life.  


Civil Investigations- A civil investigation helps uncover and assemble the information needed for a civil trial. A civil trial is the opposite of a criminal trial. In most cases, this type of court case involves two individual citizens who are arguing about an issue that relates to their rights as citizens. 

Competitive/Corporate Intelligence- Competitive/Corporate Intelligence consulting and investigations is the art of ethically gathering information related to our clients’ similar or fraudulent products or services.

Court Reporting- Our program for Court Reporters offers some of the broadest coverages available and is written nationwide on Occurrence Forms. Court reporters create verbatim transcripts of speeches, conversations, legal proceedings, meetings and other events. Written accounts of spoken words or legal transcription are essential for correspondence, records, or legal proof, and court reporters provide those accounts. Court reporters play a critical role not only in judicial proceedings, but also at any meeting where the spoken word must be preserved as a written transcript. They are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of court transcripts and for providing a complete, accurate, and secure legal record. In conjunction with preparing and protecting the legal record, many court reporters assist judges and trial attorneys in numerous ways, such as organizing and searching for information in the official record or making suggestions to judges and attorneys regarding courtroom administration and procedure. Increasingly, court reporters provide closed-captioning and real-time translating services to the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.

Criminal Investigations- Criminal investigations include examining written records, helping to prepare evidence for trial, investigating felony and misdemeanor crimes, and offering testimony in court about the gathered evidence. One of the main contexts in which an investigator works is crime scenes. The investigator is charged with studying the scene and determining what may have occurred based on the evidence observed and collected at the scene. A criminal investigator then turns evidence over to a forensics specialist for evaluation. An investigator often interviews people who are related to the case to gain more information. This might include witnesses and family and friends of the suspect. Criminal investigators also study records, observe suspicious activities or suspects, and help with raids and arrests.


Due Diligence- Due diligence refers to many different situations involving an investigation of either a business or individual, before signing a contract and becoming legally responsible for an entity. A due diligence investigation is a type of pre-transaction or pre-employment corporate investigation that tries to uncover details of a company's management, finances, performance, mission, history, aims, suppliers, clients, industry and any other details that may affect how a company does business.  

Fraud/Litigation Support- Fraud is considered to involve misrepresentation with intent to deceive. The investigator launching the investigation explains why they suspect fraud has taken place and hand over any other evidence they have to the client. A fraud investigator will use this initial information to find more evidence and more facts, use surveillance, asset searches, background checks, employee investigations, business investigations, and other types of methods to get to the bottom of a case.


Infidelity/Divorce- Even thinking that your spouse may be cheating is a difficult and painful thought. Investigations will vary based upon your needs and the private investigator conducting the investigation.


Missing Person- One of the big problems with police-led missing persons searches is simply that the term missing persons is so narrow. Police will only begin looking for a missing child at a specific amount of time after the child was last seen and by that time, it may be too late if the child has been kidnapped by a pedophile or child killer.


Skip Tracing- A skip trace is an investigative technique that traces (or finds) an individual, generally one who has skipped out on a legal or financial obligation, but it is not limited to those matters. These investigations are commonly used to track down defendants who have missed court appearances or skipped bail, locate individuals who need to be served with legal documents, or track down a person on behalf of a debtor. 

SIU Investigations- Investigation of suspicious claims referred to SIU within an assigned area. The duties of this position will include Kinesthetic interviews of insureds/claimants/witnesses; scene and vehicle examination, clinic inspections, supervision of forensic experts; background investigation; paper trace/money laundering investigation and fraud data analysis. 

Surveillance/Photography/Video- Surveillance is the close observation of a person, place, or object. Surveillance investigations can include: missing person searches, cheating spouse investigations, recurrent theft, worker's compensation cases, and vandalism. 


Video Depositions- Provided is a professional video documentation for a variety of legal matters. Transcriptions and audio recording are critical evidence that can be utilized for depositions, arbitrations, examination under oath, activities of daily life, etc. Footage obtained can be utilized in the court of law. 

Witness Interviews/Location- Interviewing is the complex process of gathering facts from people that can then become testimonial evidence. Interviews are conducted to reconstruct a crime or event, to obtain evidence, to connect facts that seem disconnected, to look for leads, to identify facts and to find out what actually happened. 

Workers Compensation- Workers compensation fraud occurs when a claimant, employer, or health care provider knowingly lies in order to gain an advantage, savings, money, or other benefit. If you suspect your employee, employer, or a healthcare provider has committed workers compensation fraud, it is recommended that a private investigator's services are used.

Written/Recorded Statements- Ideally, a written/recorded statements comes from the mind of the client, placed on paper by the client, and signed by the client. Obtained statements can be either written or recorded.

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