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Selecting an Investigative Service

Ask questions and satisfy yourself about liability insurance, procedures and reputation:

  • An investigative service should carry a minimum of $2 million in professional liability insurance for your protection!
  • Understand what investigative procedures will be employed, how much time it will take, and discuss all costs involved.
  • Are agency personnel conversant in the necessary civil and criminal law, and do they possess all of the technology to deliver what you need?
  • Check with local law firms, businesses and/or insurance claims offices for their recommendations of the best local services. Look for at least one statewide and one international professional association membership. If you don’t know the requirements for membership, find out. Some investigators have initials after their name, such as CLI, CFE and others. Again, if you do not know what they represent, find out before you are impressed. A national network of support through respected professional organizations is often necessary to complete assignments that cross state and national boundaries.

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