We have had the opportunity to serve a multitude of diverse industries and personal clients. We understand which investigative techniques are best served for each one of them. As such, we have made a concerted effort to continuously offer our expertise to businesses (small & large), governmental agencies, the insurance industry, law firms, and personal/private entities.
On many occasions, companies require security consulting and investigative services that are beyond the scope of the in-house security departments. Some companies outsource their entire security function. Our experience has taught us how to maintain the delicate balance between normal functioning of in-house security and our objectives in protecting people, property, and other assets. We can also fill the requirement where full time in-house security is not practical.
Our personal investigative services give our clients a much greater opportunity and percentage of success when attempting to locate a missing person. We are able to solely dedicate our investigative process to our client. Law enforcement caseloads, specific to missing persons are massive. Hence, the potential for location success diminishes as precious time is lost. We have had great success in locating missing family members and persons of interest.
We have investigated various aspects of insurance claims, including home and commercial theft losses, construction site thefts, employee dishonesty claims, slip and falls, fraudulent medical claims; while providing surveillance, witness location, witness interviewing, courthouse searches, document location and verification, and more. Many insurance companies recognize the value of utilizing an independent investigator – acting as your SIU in claims investigation.
Attorneys recognize that using outside private investigators serves their clients more effectively in pretrial civil and criminal cases. Aside from service of process (we have field personnel who serve over 300 process each month), we can assist in documentation and follow-up investigation support; assess liability; uncover various records locate and interview witnesses; assist to evaluate mitigating damages; search public records; and inquire on numerous private and public databases.
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