As an attorney, you undoubtedly have many needs that go beyond your skill set as a lawyer. The following are four areas where the services of a professional can aid you and your clients greatly.
There are many reasons you may need the help of a private investigator, but one of the biggest is locating someone who may not want to be found. Whether you are attempting to locate someone who is evading your search or simply trying to find someone who has disappeared, a professional investigator has many ways of locating just about anybody.
Regardless of whether the person is living in another state, has changed their name, is currently incarcerated or is even deceased, a good private investigator can locate them. When you hand this task over to a firm such as ours, you are saving your own time and resources to be used in other areas, while having a much greater chance of success.
When you have defendants in a case that are hiding, you need the help of a professional process server. At the first sign of a problem it’s best to hire a professional in process serving to get the job done.
A firm such as ours combines knowledge of the law with the field skills of a private investigator to pinpoint the best time and location of the person in order to serve court papers. In addition, we understand all of the possibilities in deception to be able to physically hand the necessary documents to an individual.
The ability to place an individual under surveillance can be a great service to an attorney in providing information that may not be forthcoming otherwise. One example is with workers’ compensation fraud. Placing a suspected fraudster under surveillance and documenting the actions they take that clearly shows them to be exaggerating their injury can help your client immensely.
Placing someone under surveillance without being caught takes skill, but must also be done legally. A surveillance specialist needs to understand all of the laws that relate to surveillance, so the information that is obtained can be used by you and your clients in a court of law.
Civil suits can greatly benefit your client, but your client must be able to collect on the award. Often, it can be difficult to locate an individual’s assets after a favorable verdict for your client.
A professional investigator can do a robust asset search to find property, bank accounts and other items of value that can be used to satisfy an award to your client. This type of asset location service can also be of value to divorce attorneys whose clients have a spouse suspected of hiding assets during a divorce.
All of the private investigation services listed above can be provided by our firm. Contact us today, and let us know what assistance you need to assist you in your work as an attorney.
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