1. Paying for Disability for Your Worker? Do You Know They Are Really Injured?

    Search "private investigator and injured employees," and you'll find a host of articles written from each perspective - employees who are garnering benefits due to injury and the investigators hired to check up on them. Although this is a service we offer at All Private Investigations, it's important to understand that we don't think that every employee getting benefits is acting fraudulently. Man…Read More

  2. Not Knowing Is the Hardest Part: Hire an Investigator to Find Out What Really Happened to Your Loved One

    The uncertainty and sadness that come with not knowing what happened to your loved one can be brutal. The mental anguish and unanswered questions of an unsolved criminal investigation can make it hard to sleep, be productive, and move along in the grieving process. At All Private Investigations, the detectives that work for you have extensive experience in working with families to get answers to q…Read More

  3. Think Your Spouse Is Cheating? Find Out for Sure!

    Suspecting that your spouse is cheating can feel like torture. The sick feeling in your gut when they have to work late again. The countless moments of worrying. The way your mind drifts, and you can find it hard to focus. Your productivity can drop, and you can become a shadow of yourself for all the worry. And then there's the wondering if you should bring it up, how you should bring it up, and …Read More

  4. Private Investigators and Lawyers, the Perfect Combination

    Many people don't realize it, but private investigators and lawyers make the perfect combination in many ways. While the two professions are different, they are also complementary. Lawyers are great at working with clients, organizing information, and using that information to navigate the legal system. As a lawyer, information is your best weapon and defense in any case. The more you know, the b…Read More

  5. Why a Private Investigator Might be the Key to Winning Your Criminal Case

    Criminal cases are no joke. Prosecutors do not waste their time or resources and should, therefore, always be taken seriously. They have the advantage of having deep ties, connections, and integration with law enforcement that helps with the process of convicting on charges brought against the accused. This is one of many reasons you may want to hire a private investigator for your criminal case. …Read More

  6. Pinkerton National Detective Agency

    Private investigators and the history of private investigating occupy a special place in pop culture. However, most people are unaware of just how vital they have been in America. The term "private eye" most commonly conjures noir images of 1920s private investigators getting to the bottom of a case the police can't crack. However, what most people don't know is that many of the foundational piece…Read More

  7. How PIs Can Help Legal Firms

    Although not commonly used, a private investigator NYC and legal cases make a perfect combination to a winning case. If you are facing criminal charges, or are involved in a civil case, hiring a private investigator can help you win. Often, in legal cases, many facts are overlooked simply because no one does the investigating necessary to follow leads and pound on doors. A private investigator can…Read More

  8. What to Do if Someone Is Impersonating You Online

    Technology continues to progress at an incredible rate. Social media and the internet provide the opportunity to connect with old friends, look for jobs, and even help us find that special someone. Unfortunately, there are also risks associated with the increased role of technology. Alongside an increase in opportunity, there is an increase in vulnerability. There are sophisticated e-mail phishing…Read More

  9. Background Check 101

    There are a vast number of reasons why someone would want to run a background check. Whether you are hiring someone to care for your children or to handle money for your company, knowing who they are is critical. Verifying whether they have anything unscrupulous in their background is the only way to ensure that you know you aren’t leaving yourself vulnerable to someone who isn’t worthy of you…Read More

  10. Are Our Fingerprints What Identify Us?

    A fingerprint is an identification that the friction ridges of your finger leave behind when they come into contact with an object. Fingerprints are essential tools used in forensic science because it can be used to prove that someone was at the scene of a crime. The reason that a fingerprint is such an excellent way to foster a case against someone is that it is deposited easily onto objects and …Read More