A private investigator (also known as PI, private eye, or private detective) is a professional who is hired by our U.S. and other Governments, law firms, corporations, insurance agencies, private individuals, or other entities to gather intelligence and confirm or disprove information. Professional private investigators often have law enforcement backgrounds or other relevant experience and training that has prepared them to investigate and research.
Examples when someone might hire a private investigator include investigating suspicions of infidelity, performing background checks on potential employees or Clients such as renters, investigating the validity of an insurance claim, or finding a missing person. The reasons for hiring a private investigator are numerous, but investigators remain the most effective way to get to the bottom of a complex issue.
Private investigators can specialize in different investigation types, such as if you suspect you are the victim of online fraud, an investigator who is highly experienced in computer forensics will be able to recover data, monitor computer usage, and employ other methods to discover any criminal activities.
When presented with an assignment, private investigators use their experience and training to implement several investigation tactics, including but not just limited to
Professional private investigators not only have the skills and experience to handle Criminal or Civil cases, they have the legal and ethical knowledge to make sure that the investigation is completely lawful. This knowledge base ensures that any evidence the investigator obtains during the investigation is admissible in court.
Services we offer to our clients
Workers Compensation Cases
Work Place Violence Prevention
Skip Tracing / Bounty Hunting
Financial and Fraud Investigation
Internal Theft Investigations
White Collar Crimes
Insurance Investigative Services
Workers Comp Cases
Credit Card Fraud