INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS

INTRODUCTION

Investigative reports are conducted on a person or corporation for legal reasons. Investigative reports may take the form of background checks, missing persons reports, locating financial assets, locating physical assets, surveillance reports, personal injury reports, and more. Our attorneys will understand the specific need of your circumstance and recommend the right type of investigative report. Consultations are free and we look forward to speaking with you. 


SERVICES

We will assist you in conducting an investigative report, including:

  • Financial report
  • Asset location
  • Missing persons report
  • Surveillance reports
  • Personal injury reports
  • Background investigations
  • Statements

In short, we provide a start to finish service. Your case is safe with us until the case is complete. 

PAYMENT

$1,000

Free Consultation

*Legal Fees vary based on complexity of each case, and the above quoted price represents the amount we charge for a typical case. 


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Types of reports:

  1. Financial reports:
    1. Used by those who believe they are a victim of financial fraud, such that their current expenses will be thoroughly looked at to determine who the culprit might be;
  2. Asset location:
    1. Used by those who are involved in a case against someone who may not be completely truthful about their physical or financial assets.;
    2. Used for the purpose of regaining lost possessions, physical or otherwise;
  3. Surveillance report:
    1. Conducted for the purpose of observing a certain subject for an agreed upon amount of time to determine where they are, what they're doing, and who they associate with;
    2. Used by those to obtain evidence needed to verify statements someone is making;
  4. Personal injury:
    1. Used by those who were injured at work in order to verify their claim;
    2. Used by those whose rights, such as the right to privacy or due process, have been infringed upon;
    3. Involves the visit of the site of injury, the interview of witnesses, and the collection of evidence about how the injury occurred;
  5. Background check:
    1. Used by those who would like more transparency in regards to a prospective employee, such that their records will be thoroughly examined for any prior employment or criminal problems;
    2. Used by those who want to ensure that a witness on their side is fully credible, or conversely, for the purpose of trying to discredit a witness testifying against them;
  6. Statements:
    1. Conducted for the purpose of collecting statements from witnesses involved in the case;
    2. Taken from witnesses that have already been interviewed for the case, as well as anyone the investigator may feel has an effect on the outcome of the case, such as anyone a witness associates with to verify the truth of the witnesses original statement.

CHECKLIST

In order to provide you with the best and most accurate consultation, we recommend that you bring as many of the following information/documents as you can to ensure a productive meeting. 

  1. Date of birth, SSN, and residential information of the subject, if running a background check on them
  2. Banking statements and information you feel is important to your financial report
  3. Information on what specific physical assets you would like located
  4. If you would like a personal injury report, bring in any information you have on the site of the injury or the company who injured you if that is the case
  5. Photographs and other information on a missing person you're trying to locate, if you want a missing persons report
  6. If you wish to collect a statement, you should bring in any information you have on the case in question