BILINGUAL CLAIMS INVESTIGATOR
Tristar Investigation is your go-to source for Spanish speaking bilingual investigators. With a 28 year history of first class investigation in California, our bilingual claims investigators serve the needs of this culturally diverse state.
The US Census bureau reports that as of 2011 over 38% of California residents are of Hispanic or Latino origin. As a full service detective agency we provide bilingual investigators for insurance claims investigations, for personal injury law suit investigations and worker compensation claims investigations. Our extensive experience in investigations involving the Hispanic / Latino population insures the best results.
Frequently Asked Questions
Bilingual Claims Investigators in California for Insurance Companies
Sometimes it can be a challenge just to get your insured to communicate with you. They may be confused as to who is contacting them and whether it is in their interest to cooperate. We understand these challenges and our highly trained bilingual claims investigators know how to approach and engage the insured’s for the best results. We conduct insurance claims investigations in regard to insured’s, plaintiffs, defendants and witnesses.
Bilingual Private Investigators for Worker Compensation Claims Investigations
Whether the claimant is Hispanic or Latino or if the co-workers are of Latin American decent, the seasoned bilingual investigators at Tristar Investigation get the job done. The areas we cover include claimant statements, scene investigation and photography, supervisor statements and background research.
Spanish Speaking Private Investigators in California for Personal Injury Legal Investigation
Bilingual Claims Investigation in Los Angeles County
Bilingual Claims Investigation in Orange County, California
Bilingual Claims Investigation in San Diego County
Other California Areas We Serve:
- Los Angeles County
- San Diego County
- Orange County
- Riverside County
- San Bernardino County
- Santa Clara County
- Alameda County
- Sacramento County
- Contra Costa County
- Fresno County
- Ventura County
- San Francisco County
What people are saying
Thank you for providing me with such outstanding service. I truly appreciate you and your staff for all you’ve done for me and my family…. I’m totally pleased with the outcome and their findings… Great job!
Gerome S. | Retired | USA
I have used Tristar for years. Their response time and results are unparalleled. They get my highest praise.
Robert Clayton, Attorney | Taylor & Ring, LLP | Los Angeles, CA
Tristar found my birth mothers records the same day. I am very impressed with their professionalism and the services they provide. I will use them again for any of my needs.
Dr. Claudia Barne | Professor | 23 years
Tristar was very helpful in my address search. Kellie Anguiano was very personable and kept me up to date with the search process… Thank you so much for your help!
Emily | DDS Student | 2 years | Los Angeles, CA
Tristar is by far the most reliable and efficient investigator we have ever used.
Nicole Young | Attorney, 14 years | Woodland Hills, CA
Tristar in the news
Tristar Investigation has been featured in a dozens of publications, everything from print to TV and radio. Bellow you will find Burce Robertson interviewed and discussed on famous publications such as the History Channel, New York Times, CNN and a lot more.
New York Times Article Features Tristar Founder
Tristar Investigation founder Bruce Robertson was hired to track down the person who shot two endangered California Condors. In 2009 private detective and Tristar Investigation founder
News Coverage Highlights
Bruce Robertson is the founder of Tristar Investigation, a private detective agency in Los Angeles, CA. Tristar has a 28-year track record of delivering quality investigative results. Headquartered in West Los Angeles, Tristar has branch offices in San Francisco.
Real Life Private Eye
In November of 1999 Bruce Robertson, founder of Tristar Investigation, was featured on CNN Worldwide show Showbiz Today with Gloria Hillard. The report was about an ABC television show called “Snoops”, which was a glitzy send-up of life at a detective