Your Case May Require a Private Investigator to Have a Successful Outcome In Court Or to Just Find The Truth

Your Case May Require a Private Investigator to Have a Successful Outcome

Anyone involved in a civil suit should speak to their attorney to find out what steps are being taken to gather evidence for the case. Plaintiffs may want to spend extra time talking to an investigator on their own if they need additional evidence or worry about the quality of evidence gathered by the attorney’s own investigative team.

Domestic investigations are one of the most common reasons our private investigators at C.I.A. Colorado Investigative Agency are hired, and they can give you the results you need to get real peace of mind. Of course we get hired for the following reasons as well as some not listed here example: Bug Sweeps, please call for more information.

Infidelity and
 Divorce Investigations 

This can can help you determine whether your spouse or partner is unfaithful. With more than 90% of women, and 95% of men correct in their suspicions about their partner’s unfaithfulness, the truth is that if you have a sneaking suspicion, you may be right, and an investigator can tell you for sure. Rest assured that private investigators are very discreet when tailing unfaithful spouses. They can even provide you with visual or audio evidence if that is what you need to put your mind at ease. Private investigators deal with hundreds of these cases each year and can help you find out what you need to know. 

Child Custody Investigations 

Child custody and child support investigations help to keep your child safe and well-cared for. Our Investigators can run asset searches and missing persons searches in order to obtain the child support you have been awarded by a court. With the Department of Health and Human Services reporting that more than 46% of non-custodial mothers and more than 26% of non-custodial fathers totally default on support, these services are very common across the country today. Child custody investigations also can help ensure that the non-custodial parent does not neglect or abuse the child while they are in their care. This is a critical when you consider that since between 1976 and 1997, 11,000 children were murdered and thousands more were injured by parents or caregivers, according to the Present Federal Inter agency Forum on Child and Family Statistics.

Background Checks and Criminal Investigations

Let us research those you trust in your home, those you are dating, working with, or any other situation where truth is needed. According to statistics, 14% of child abuse cases involve a baby-sitter, nanny or other caregiver. With up to 10% of the American population having a criminal background, running criminal and background checks on anyone you trust inside your home just makes sense. Only an investigator can run these sorts of checks thoroughly, accurately, and with every concern for discretion. 

Missing Persons Investigations can help you find deadbeat parents, children, and other members of your family who have disappeared. Over 2300 Americans are reported missing each day under various circumstances, so that private investigators hear about many types of cases.

Surveillance and Home Security Surveillance cameras and services can improve your home’s security, according to some case studies. You can work with private investigators to work out a good balance between your security and your privacy so that you can feel completely comfortable and safe.

Paternity Testing

Biological parent and child locator services help adoptive families find their biological roots. With more the National Adoption Information Clearinghouse reporting that more than one million children in the country live with two adoptive parents, finding biological parents or children is big business. It can also be a key investigation because it can provide adopted children with needed medical family histories.
 

Accident Investigation, abuse or incident investigation can help determine exactly what happens in a domestic incident. With 2/3 of homes affected by domestic violence and with domestic violence being the number one cause of emergency room visits by women, according to Woman’s Rural Advocacy Programs, these investigations are very common. These investigations can provide the evidence that women need to face their attackers in court.
No matter what type of domestic investigation you need, hire the best investigator you can and work closely with them for the best possible outcome. Anyone involved in a civil suit likely has an attorney to represent them legally. More and more plaintiffs, though, are finding that consulting with a civil investigator as well as an attorney can produce better legal results.


In October 2006, 3,000 pounds of pseudoephedrine (a substance used to make the illicit and very addictive drug methamphetamine) were sized in a Kearny, New Jersey warehouse by federal Drug Enforcement Administration agents. The tipoff that the drug was there came from civil investigators. In October 2006, as well, civil investigations into alleged price fixing by airlines led to the resignation of two high-level directors at airlines.


The truth is, civil investigators get results and often work closely with criminal investigators to uncover fraud, harassment, and other criminal activity. Attorneys often use civil investigators to gather information and evidence needed to win civil cases. However, and increasing number of plaintiffs are hiring civil investigators on their own. By hiring both an investigator and attorney, some plaintiffs are finding they can enjoy better results as well as more control over their cases. For example, plaintiffs involved in a drawn-out sexual harassment lawsuit against Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office were able to gather evidence of inappropriate language through civil investigation.

There are a number of civil cases that can be helped along with a civil investigation:


Child Custody and Recovery Cases

In these cases, civil investigators can uncover evidence of child abuse or neglect that can prove whether one spouse should be entrusted with the children more. Asset searches in these cases can reveal whether one spouse has hidden assets that can be used to support the children.


Corporate/Business Cases

In these cases, civil investigators can use due diligence investigations, asset searches, surveillance, witness location, and computer investigations to uncover the sometimes complicated details of company management. These investigations can be a big help for companies facing due diligence, fraud, or other lawsuit cases. Businesses affected by theft of trade secrets or trademark infringement can also benefit from civil investigators, who can find the evidence needed to start a lawsuit that can mean compensation for businesses.


Marital Infidelity Cases

Civil investigators can gather evidence of infidelity that can help in civil suits and lawsuits in court.


Missing Person’s Cases

Civil investigators can use skip tracing and missing persons investigations to locate people who are lost. In cases where foul play is suspected, investigators can gather the evidence that may be needed in a criminal investigation.


Personal Injury Cases

For anyone injured by a defective product or accident, civil investigators can be a big help. They can uncover evidence of neglect or recklessness, and this can help victims get compensation for their medical bills and other costs associated with the personal injury.


Workers Compensation Cases 

Civil investigators can use surveillance and other methods to gather evidence of workers compensation fraud for companies who may be unwittingly paying benefits to workers who are, in fact, fit to work. For individual workers, civil investigators can gather evidence of incomplete compensation pay or other problems.

If your case is not listed here, please contact us as we have handled countless other cases as well.

 

Susan (Dove) MK- C.I.A.-Colorado Investigative Agency

http://www.coloradoinvestigativeagency.com/
PO Box 1054 Brighton, Colorado 80601
(303) 522-4898
Email:cia@coloradoinvestigativeagency.com

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CIA Colorado Investigative Agency/Angel "P" Eyes- Established 2008    Wix2017

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