Client Testimonials

From the files of our daily real world “Success Stories,” here are a few brief summaries

The Perfect Employee

A fortune 500 Company located in Irvine, California, was told by the applicant that he would be the perfect employee. Our skilled investigators conducted an extensive Pre-Employment background check, which revealed that the potential employee had failed to disclose his criminal background. Based on our efforts, our client saved potentially thousands of dollars in unnecessary training and termination fees.

CASE CLOSED


I Have No Job

A Los Angeles law firm represented a woman in an attempt to collect her back child support. We were contacted, as the ex-husband stated under oath that he was unemployed and unable to pay his child support. Our skilled Asset Search investigators utilized numerous techniques, including surveillance, to document that the ex-husband was currently employed with a large engineering firm, and verified that he was earning approximately $100,000 annually.

CASE CLOSED


My Back Hurts

A San Diego based insurance company received a claim from their policyholder. The workers compensation claim involved an employee who allegedly slipped and fell at work, injuring his back. The employer received numerous complaints from co-workers indicating that the subject was not injured, and was busy with other activities. We were asked to verify this information. Our skilled investigators obtained detailed videotape of the subject lifting furniture, playing basketball, and jogging. As a result of our efforts, our client denied the employee’s benefits, and the case was settled for no monetary value.

CASE CLOSED


An Ex-employee

An Orange County law firm handling a business-to-business litigation case, needed to locate the whereabouts of an ex-employee of the defendant. We were supplied only with a name. Our skilled investigators located the individual. Based on our efforts, our client interviewed the ex-employee, and obtained a positive outcome in their litigation matter.

CASE CLOSED