Private Investigations

 

Private Investigations

A private investigator’s work is unique in that it requires constant improvisation and strategy. Duties can fluctuate depending on what a particular investigation calls for, as long as they remain within the bounds of state and federal law. Some investigations can take just a day, while others can take much longer depending upon the scope of the investigation. 

Our purpose is to be discreet and get you the details you may need for criminal and civil trials, auto accidents, insurance fraud, divorce proceedings, background checks and more. 

Here’s a sample of what we can do for you:
Find a current or historical address, date of birth
Confirm a social security number (SSN)
Locate home phone and cell phone numbers
Locate death records, Locate marriage records, Locate divorce filings 
Dig through someone’s trash
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that police officers and investigators can search and seize property which has been abandoned.  While laws defining abandoned property vary from state to state, garbage is generally considered abandoned, and therefore legal to search.

Identify mortgage information, determine the current market value of a property, Identify the owner of a home
Retrieve and analyze bankruptcy records
Uncover affairs and improper relationships
Retrieve mugshots from arrest records
Provide peace of mind and Connect the dots
Research familial history
Locate and interview witnesses for a criminal or civil lawsuit
Obtain driving record history
Overseas litigation research
Locate historical video footage or news footage
Conduct mobile or stationary surveillance
Research presence on social media networks or message boards
Catch people who try to steal merchandise or destroy store property
Investigate drug use

This is just a sample of what investigations can contain. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, it doesn’t mean we can’t provide it. Please contact us.

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