How To Select A Private Investigator

ralph  -  Aug 19, 2011  -  No Comments
  1. Investigator should be licensed in that state if state requires licensing
  2. Investigator should be insured and bonded
  3. The Investigator should ask what is your objective – this determines how the investigator should proceed and when the investigation will end.\
  4. Investigator should have a written contract
  5. Ask the investigator the number of years they have been doing investigations
  6. Ask what is their specialty. If the investigation is not in their specialty, do they have specialist investigators available in the needed field.
  7. Request Detailed Progress Reports
  8. Request a Detailed Investigation Report
  9. Request Detailed Billing

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