West Virginia - What does a Private Investigator really do?
ANALYZE: documents for potential fraud, federal & state lobbyist records, political contributions
ASSIST: with jury selection, background checks on prospective jurors
CONDUCT: business intelligence gathering, historical newspaper research
DETERMINE: connections between parties, current market value of motor vehicles, current market value of real property, owners of a corporation, prior disciplinary records (professional licenses)
FIND: missing person, a current address, date of birth, judgments and lien filings, current or historical aircraft registrations, current or historical boat registrations, current vehicle registrations, historical addresses, historical vehicle registrations, undisclosed ties, hidden recording devices
IDENTIFY: a will for an estate, education history, previous employment history, related U.S. Tax court cases, Social Security number, foreign assets, known aliases, mortgage information, online networking profiles, owner of home or cell phone number, potential whistle blowers, professional licenses, regulatory actions, related party business transactions, related party property transactions, risks, secured lenders, stock ownership, Uniform Commercial Code filings, corporate relationships
INTERVIEW: current or former employees of a company, current or former executives, industry sources, witnesses for a civil or criminal lawsuit
LOCATE: a beneficiary for a probate proceeding, a missing person, bank account information, bankruptcy filings, birth records, cell phone numbers, current or former employees of a company, current or former executives, death records, divorce filings, federal civil lawsuits, federal criminal records, historical video or news footage, home phone numbers, marriage records, online resume, probate records, regulatory records, significant inheritances, state and local criminal arrest records, witnesses for a civil or criminal lawsuit
PROVIDE: independent analysis, peace of mind, another set of eyes
RESEARCH: current and/or historical property holdings, familial history, presence on social networks or message boards
RETRIEVE/ANALYZE: bankruptcy records, corporate records, federal, civil, and criminal records, non-profit financial filings, mug shots from arrest records
SEARCH: for hidden assets and missing persons
SUBMIT: FOIA/FOIL requests to government agencies
SURVEIL: mobile or stationary with digital audio and video recording
UNCOVER: improper relationships
VALIDATE: expert witnesses
Click, Call, or Come by: contact form, 304-205-1174, or 151 Main Street, Suite 1, Spencer, West Virginia.
We are authorized to conduct all investigative and surveillance activities.
Our Private Investigation Services include: