The purpose of our workers’ comp investigations is to monitor injury claims and assess the claimant’s injury status, which can help employers, and insurance companies save a considerable amount of money.
The purpose of conducting Asset Searches is to determine the financial position of a business or person before, during or after a civil suit seeking damages. Asset investigations can reveal what type of real estate, vehicles, boats, bank accounts and debt that a subject has.
If you suspect your partner is cheating on you, CIS can obtained the proof that you will need to make the best possible legal decisions. An investigation with CIS will answer all these questions and more, helping to empower you in this difficult time.
In case of a divorce or separation a child, custody investigation can help make sure that the children involved stay safe.
At CIS we have numerous resources at our disposal, both private and public, used to find people. CIS can help you find someone whether a crime has been committed or if the police have already attempted to solve the case.
The best defense is a good offense. Our investigators are highly trained and qualified in interview techniques, evidence gathering and review, as well as criminal and civil processes.
Our investigators are highly trained and qualified in interview techniques, evidence gathering and review, as well as criminal and civil processes. Whether the background investigation is for pre-employment, current employment, pending litigation or just because you would like to know that, your family is safe, CIS has you covered.
Our mission is to provide all of our clients with the peace of mind they deserve by assuring their privacy in their residence, place of business, and vehicle. We use the latest in TSCM bug detection technology and training.
CIS can perform mobile phone forensics if an individual suspects their spouse of cheating. Data such as placed & received calls and phone call times, text messages, photos and other incriminating evidence can be retrieved from the spouse’s cell phone or mobile device.