Insurance Investigations:

To uncover the facts necessary to facilitate the prompt payment of legitimate claims, and to detect and uncover fraudulent activity, which cost consumers millions of dollars annually.


Background Investigations:

Employee screening for businesses, school districts, nanny's, child care providers.


Asset locations:

To detect and locate assets to aid in the enforcement of court ordered judgments in child custody and civil cases.


Asset Recovery:

The location of individuals and high value assets, vehicles, boats and aircraft, for financial institutions pursuant to financial contracts.


Witness Locates:

Locating witnesses for civil and criminal trials, for the service of legal process, to insure the litigants a full and fair trial.


Criminal Defense:

The location of information, evidence and witnesses to guarantee a suspects constitutional right to a fair trial.


Child Custody:

Conducting investigations, interviews and backgrounds to determine the safety and security of children in custody litigation and to determine if court orders regarding custody are being complied with.


Accident Investigation:

Retrieve and review accident reports in anticipation of litigation.


Child Support Enforcement:


Locate individuals, their assets and employment, to assure court ordered child support payments are being made.


Bail Enforcement:


Working for insurance carriers and with law enforcement agencies to locate individuals who have jumped bail and failed to appear in court for serious offenses.


Probate Issues:


Investigators search out heirs to help settle estates and locate natural parents for adopted children in medical emergencies.


Employee Investigations:


Often called on to investigate theft, threats, harassment and drugs in the workplace, investigators are now hampered by the FCRA which requires the employer give unedited investigative reports and the complete investigative file to the suspect employee, and to notify them of the investigation.


This well meaning "privacy" legislation has made it impossible for employers to protect victim employees, as they are required to do, and also creates an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty among victims and witnesses alike.