Can be completed in a number of ways, all focusing on pieceing together the puzzle of an individual or company's financial puzzle. Depending on why you need an asset check, the investigation can include a basic background check, a computer investigation, surveillance work, or a financial or business background check. Asset investigations basically work by uncovering exactly what sorts of collectible assets someone has. Whether you're investigating a business or individual, an asset investigator will determine how likely you are to get money in a court case. An asset investigation can also tell you how secure someone's assets are - before you trust a company or individual with your business.
Personal Injury Investigations
Most personal injury investigators will use various tactics to complete their case assignments. The will almost always document the accident scene using photos, video or both. They wil locate otential witnesses the Accident or cause of injury; including interviewing law enforcement an me rea personnel that were involved in the emergency services response.
The investigator will check into liabilities based on location and insurance coverage to make sure that legal claims are directed against the proper entity. We have licensed nurses who are also licensed
private investigators as associates who are capable of looking at medical reports and records for anyvissues that mayor may not be related to the accident or cause of injury. Should the case seem suspicious, professional investigators may be assigned to perform surveillance the claimant, making sure that they are not lying about, or exaggerating, their present condition and/or physical limitations.
There are times when our investigative teams are working on behalf of the injured party or their attorney. The same investigations apply other than a few minor exceptions. Either way, Valdez Investigative Services has the capability of handling any investigation services involving personal injury whether it be for the injured party or defensive party.
Premise Liability Investigations
Most personal injury cases are based on negligence, and premises liability cases are no exception. In order to win a premises liability case, the injured person must prove that the property owner was negligent with respect to ownership and/or maintenance of the property. In general, negligence means that the property owner failed to use reasonable care in connection with the property.
It's important to note that simply because you were injured on someone's property does not mean that the property owner was negligent. Further, simply because the property might have been in an unsafe condition does not automatically mean that the property owner was negligent. You have to show that, the property owner knew or should reasonably have known that the premises were in an unsafe condition, and still failed to take proper steps to remedy the situation.