Tips for Protecting Your Business from Fraud

Among the biggest issues of theft that will cost a business money is that of worker’s compensation fraud. Sometimes an employee is faking an injury, while at other times an employee may be exaggerating an injury. It is also the case that the injury is real, but it...

How to Recover Assets When a Family Member Dies

When a loved one dies, it is quite possible that they had hidden assets, and it may be the case that you, as an heir, are entitled to these assets. It is often the case that a person has more wealth than they seem to have. Many people are protective of what they have,...

Need to Locate a Hidden Bank Account? Here's How

There are many reasons you may want to locate a hidden bank account. Perhaps you are going through a divorce and suspect that your spouse is hiding money, or you have a business partner that doesn’t seem as concerned about the company’s performance, and...

Reasons your Business Needs a Private Investigator

Running a business is difficult enough without adding the cost of theft and various forms of fraud to the equation, however, there are specific ways that a professional private investigation firm can help prevent loss of assets and profits as well as recover money...

What to Do When your Defendant is Evading Service

Although not all private investigation firms offer a professional process service, the ones that do, such as ours, have a serious advantage over a typical process server. Most people will go through the motions of attempting to serve papers at a defendant’s last...

What To Do if You Think Your Teen has Run Away

The moment that you realize that your teenage son or daughter is missing and you believe he or she might have run away from home, it can be intense and frightening. You may panic and experience a variety of thoughts and emotions about your child’s safety and...

Common Mistakes That Workers Comp Fraudsters Make

Workers’ compensation fraud is often difficult to prove. Even when a claim is denied, it can be challenged by an attorney, and an insurance company can find themselves paying out compensation to someone they suspect of fraud. In some cases, there may be no...
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