INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES TAILOR-FIT FOR YOUR NEEDS
|Activity Checks||Media Mention/Article Research||Asset searches|
|Background checks and Investigations||Virtual Information Searches||Transcription|
|Civil Investigations and Support||Corporate Record Searches and UCC Filings||Courier Services|
|Criminal Investigations and Support||Criminal record searches||Department of Motor Vehicle searches (with permissible purpose)|
|Document filing and retrieval||Domestic Investigations||Dram shop Investigations|
|Due Diligence Investigations||Employment Verification and Business Verification||Paralegal Assistance|
|General Investigations||Household checks (Insurance Companies and Law Firms)||Internal Theft Investigations|
|Heir Searches||Mobile Notaries in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware||Litigation Support/Trial Preparation|
|Process Service||Retail Issues and internal surveys||Security Officer Services (in PA only)|
|Skip Tracing||Surveillance Operations||Transportation of documents, Boxes, Trial Displays and witnesses to court|
|Undercover operations||Witness statements||Workers' Compensation Investigations|
When requesting DMV records from any of the states we serve, in most cases a copy of the police report is required. Email it to us with the assignment form including your full and complete signature line and you're good to go.
Otherwise, you will need to submit the following:
- An official request on your letterhead (must be an attorney, insurance company or have a court order - cannot be a PI firm). In your request, specify what you want and why you want it with your detailed request written out. If you have a full signature line with contact info, most agencies will accept that.
- If you are an attorney, a letter of representation or proof that you represent the individual for whom you are requesting the record(s).
- If you are an insurance carrier, proof that they are your insured.
If you cannot supply any of the above, you need a subpoena. Many states are restricting drivers' records. Pennsylvania, for example, will not supply them without the proper DMV form, signed by the driver. No exceptions.
First and foremost, keep in mind that - in most cases - for us to investigate private citizens, an attorney needs to be involved. That being said, we cannot legally (or ethically) provide you with personal information like addresses or phone numbers. We do offer investigative services for domestic cases, but what you might see happening in the movies or on TV is simply not the way things work in real life.