Category: Private Investigations

Our private investigations supplement attorneys and insurance adjusters with information discovery and data for their case.

COVID-19 Presents Unexpected Investigative Opportunities

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In the weeks since the onset of the COVID-19 virus, nations around the world have seen stock markets crash, employment statistics plummet, and businesses shuttering their doors. One industry in particular, however, has seen an almost unprecedented boom as a result of the shelter-in-place & stay-at-home orders: social media. Social Media Investigations See Growth of … Continue reading

Five Reasons to Choose a Social Media Investigator Over a Paralegal

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Litigation almost always involves use of social media information. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and LinkedIn are an integral part of our modern society. If your firm is involved in personal injury, family law, workers’ comp or malpractice litigation, then it is certain that social media evidence will play some type of role. It is … Continue reading

Tracking Down Fake Accounts

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Our Private Investigators Answer Frequently Asked Questions About Fake Online Accounts Unfortunately, the use of anonymous and fake accounts to harass and slander people and legitimate businesses online is common. Our private investigators understand the severe consequences negative content can have on your well-being and reputation. We also understand how difficult it can be to … Continue reading

Three Differences Between Database Investigations and Private Investigators

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If you search “online background check” or “people finder” on Google, you might believe that you could have all the information you need for your investigation for as little as $40. However, there are major pitfalls to conducting a database investigation instead of using a licensed private investigator that could cost you more time and … Continue reading

Social Media Investigation Series (Part 3): Locating Content on the Web

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This is the third installment of our four-part series about social media and online investigations (SMI). In our first installment, we laid out quick tips about how to locate social media accounts. Our second installment focused on the basics of account authentication and how to begin laying the foundation for internet-based evidence. In this article, … Continue reading