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  • Dean Smith

With So Little, We Can Give You So Much

For the insurance and legal industry, using a private investigator has unlimited perks. We aren’t afraid to do the dirty work. The training we bestow upon our investigators is unprecedented to ensure accurate, timely results. Sometimes, we forget just how great it is to seek the help of a professional private investigation firm. One of the greatest advantages in hiring a private investigator is that with so little, we can give you so much. Let us explain…

Our endless resources and proprietary databases enable us to help you reach beyond your limits and acquire crucial information for every investigation. Even if we only have a name and date of birth, or just a social security number, or maybe just an address, we are able to uncover a wealth of information about your claimant/subject.

From just one small piece of information, we are able to develop the bigger picture for you, uncovering information about your subject including, but not limited to:

Current address(es)

  1. Address history

  2. Date of birth

  3. Aliases/AKAs

  4. Social Security Number(s)

  5. Birth records

  6. Death records

  7. Marriage records

  8. Divorce filings

  9. Employment

  10. Current and/or historical property ownership

  11. Mortgage information

  12. Identify secured lenders

  13. Identify related party property transactions

  14. Current market value of real property

  15. Locate bankruptcy records

  16. Map out relationships/relatives/associates of your subject

  17. Identify lawsuits

  18. Criminal records

  19. Locate home/cell phone numbers

  20. Identify owner of home or cell phone number

  21. Determine owners of corporation

  22. Identify business affiliations/professional licenses

  23. Uncover judgment and lien filings

  24. Research family history

  25. Find assets/hidden assets

  26. Find current or historical boat/aircraft registrations

  27. Locate bank account information

  28. Locate significant inheritances

  29. State and federal political contributions

  30. Identify UCC filings

  31. Obtain driving record history (in applicable states)

  32. Find current vehicle registrations/insurance (in applicable states)

  33. Find historical vehicle registrations/insurance (in applicable states)

  34. Identify online social networking profiles

  35. Identify email addresses/usernames

  36. Paint the picture of a person’s lifestyle/habits/hobbies/etc.

  37. Identify and confirm education history

  38. Medical history

All of this information is available at our fingertips. Sure, there are individuals that don’t have much of a paper trail dragging behind them, and not every piece of information listed above applies to every claimant or subject, but we can sleep at night knowing that if it’s out there, we will find it. You just have to hire the right investigator!

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