What Can Be Learned?Do You Want the Truth About an Uncomfortable Situation in Your Life? Here’s What to Expect When Hiring A Private Investigator

When a Client calls for an Investigation, our staff is prepared to answer their questions and understand their concerns. They may ask for surveillance, a lie detector test, a technical or forensic investigation or background information and in each request, we must be prepared to assist them.  We have established ourselves as a “One Stop Shop” so that our Client’s search for information ends with a call to us.

No one person can conduct every aspect of an investigation, that is why our team members have specific qualifications to include the professionalism and courtesy of the individual answering the phone, to conducting forensic data recovery, and everything in between.

We continue to educate ourselves and explore new areas of technology.  Everyday we receive inquiry calls that may be a challenge to other private investigative companies, but not for us.  We have built relationships with sources that specialize in obtaining hard to get information.  Our field investigators pride themselves in conducting the most difficult surveillances. Our in-house staff has access to paid databases that provides the most up-to-date information.

What can be learned?  We have found very little roadblocks that we can’t get around.  There is a saying we  keep in mind, “There are many roads to Roam”, so when we come to a what we believe is a dead end, we discuss what we have found, what we have not found and together as a team we come up with a solution to the problem.  One approach may have obtained information for a case, but another case’s results may need to be tackled in a different manner.  Cases may share similarities and the results may be the same, but working the case requires different tactics.

Is it True?  The truth may be as simple as conducting a lie detector test or as difficult as determining if an individual is participating in an activity they deny involvement.  The truth in learning if a spouse is faithful, is an employee trustworthy, is someone consuming alcohol while operating a vehicle, has information been deleted off a device to deceive the courts, is there a listening device in a house or office building, are the kids safe when spending time with the non-custodial parent?  In these scenarios, the end goal is to obtain and validate the “Truth”.

Are there Facts to Support?  Yes and No!  How can that be?  It depends on which side of the fence you are standing or if the attorney is representing the Plaintiff or Defendant.  As an Example, we worked a custody case in which the Client claimed the children’s father consumed alcohol during his weekend visits.  We could not prove consumption of alcohol, but we could prove he made several trips to a liquor store prior to his dates of visitation.  We also proved by video he carried a red solo cup from his apartment door to his vehicle during one of his outings with his children.  Was he consuming alcohol?  We couldn’t prove he drank the purchased alcohol in the presence of his kids and we couldn’t prove the red solo cup contained an alcoholic beverage.  What we obtained from our surveillance was provided to our Client’s attorney on behalf of her legal case.  It would be his/her job to establish the truth.

Are there Facts to Support?  Yes, we can prove by documentation if someone has a bad driving record, if they have purchased and registered a new vehicle, if they are utilizing an illegal social security number, if they are lying on a lie detector test.  We can also prove if someone has hidden assets they didn’t disclose in discovery.  These types of investigations rely on documented facts, not actions.  When supporting an action case such as infidelity, we must physically observe the individual in an activity they are accused of being a participant.

Before any action requires a re-action know the truth and obtain the needed support to back it up.