Here at Reveles Intelligence Group, we work with people from all walks of life all of whom have different reasons to hire a professional investigator. The best way to find out if hiring a PI is right for you is to schedule a consultation, but in today’s blog, we’re sharing a few of the most common reasons people choose to hire a PI. Continue reading to learn more!
5 Reasons To Hire A PI
It’s important to hire the right people, and you simply can’t trust people that you don’t know! We offer a wide range of background check services, which you can learn about here on our Background Checks service page. We go beyond a criminal background check and get you the information you need to make smart hiring decisions.
Missing Person Cases
Law enforcement officers have a lot on their plate, and sometimes they don’t have the time or resources to look into a missing person case in the depth that it requires. A PI will follow up on leads, conduct surveillance, and more with the goal of finding you resolution.
Child Custody Cases
If you think your co-parent is committing acts of neglect or abuse, a private investigator can surveil them and make sure your child is being taken care of. We can also give the court the evidence they need to make the best decision for the child in terms of custody and parent time. After all, without evidence, it’s just your word against your ex. We can give you the evidence you need for your child custody case.
No one wants to believe their partner is unfaithful, but if you suspect that your partner is cheating on you, a private investigator can help you find the information you need to confirm or disprove your suspicions. If you’re in doubt about your partner’s commitment to your relationship, it’s important to find answers to your questions, and a private investigator can help do that for you.
Our private investigators can help with insurance fraud cases, and we have helped clients uncover whether or not a fraudulent claim has been filed. We can utilize surveillance, medical reports, and witness interviews to determine whether insurance fraud has been committed. The prevalence of fraud is higher than you think, and it can be committed in a wide variety of ways, such as health insurance, life insurance, worker’s comp, and more. Fraud can also happen within an insurance company, and if an insurance company hasn’t sufficiently compensated you for the fraud that you’ve made, a private investigator can help find the information you need to support a court case. Learn more on our service page.
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If you’re concerned about your safety, you may want to hire close protection. At Reveles Intelligence Group, our mission in everything we do is safety, security, and professionalism. We are a member of the United States Association of Professional Investigators, the Texas Association of Licensed Investigators, and the Better Business Bureau. If you’re in need of close protection or security services, contact us.