Private investigators perform a variety of tasks, namely investigatory responsibilities. For instance, they often assist in locating a person, such as a witness. They revisit the scene of a crime to collect further evidence. Or interview relevant parties to a case, and so on. However, in tandem with collecting evidence,
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Most people’s ideas and impressions of private investigators come from fiction. Although interesting, the impression fiction gives of private investigators is quite different from what they are like in real life. This week’s post will be focusing on private investigators’ most important and frequent tasks. As well as, how these
The collaboration between attorneys and private investigators is essential to a successful case. Hence why experienced attorneys hire private investigators to help them gather evidence for a case and other important processes. It is common, in fact, for law firms to have longstanding working relationships with investigatory agencies. If they
A background check reveals specific information about an individual or organization. Various types of entities may perform background checks, from private individuals to companies. A background check could involve unveiling information about criminal records in someone’s past, verifying their educational and work history, and so on. By today’s standards, most
Subpoena services are among one of the most important parts of a private investigator’s job. They hold a specific set of skills very well suited to this particular task. Before we go onto how PIs provide subpoena services it would be best to define what a subpoena is exactly. A
In society at large, there’s a rather narrow definition of what a private investigator is. In tandem with that, there are a fair amount of misconceptions about what private investigators do. A lot of this has to do with a lack of information and their prevalent presence in media. Fiction
Private investigators often have to make use of surveillance techniques for their work. Often times PIs conduct surveillance to collect evidence for an open case. However, on other ocassions some clients request surveillance simply to gather information that they might use later. The type of clientelle can vary, of course.
As we discussed in the previous article, private investigators play an essential role for attorneys in court. For instance, one of their main responsibilities in court is the collection and compilation of evidence. This service is often decisive to the outcome of a case, and can help bring it to
There are many benefits to hiring a private investigator for an attorney. Generally speaking, the predominant benefit is that a PI will make an attorney’s life a lot easier. They help lighten attorneys’ workloads so that they can focus on their clients and the specifics of their cases. In this
In our last couple of articles, we spoke of insurance fraud. Sometimes these situations can include cases of medical malpractice. Today we will go into more detail with what can go wrong in medicine. Specifically, how private investigators can help prevent issues that may arise, or bring them to light.
Insurance fraud is a pervasive crime in society, and its occurrence is growing. In the United States in particular there are more and more cases of insurance fraud. It is a serious problem that, as discussed in our previous article, has a serious impact on business and citizens. In this
One might assume that insurance fraud crimes only affect insurance companies. That perspective, however, is not taking the whole picture into account. Insurance fraud isn’t only harmful to insurance companies. It can also have a direct and negative impact on individuals, communities and small businesses. So what defines insurance fraud?