The Sub-rosa investigation: Day one

On October 18, 2014, in Blog, by sieditor

The first day of a new case is always exciting. You’ve got your assignment. You’ve been provided with a name, an address, and a goal. Before setting out, you should always check the following: Google/Bing/whatever works the address. Know how long it will take you to get there. Know the person: Google/Bing/whatever social media works […]

The Lying Client: An Attorney’s Obligations

On October 15, 2014, in Blog, by sieditor

ABA Model Rule of Professional Conduct 3.3, Candor Toward the, mandates that an attorney may not knowingly offer false evidence. That’s the easy part: don’t lie. Things get a bit more complicated when it is the client engaged in knowing misrepresentations or deceit. In circumstances when an attorney is aware of a client’s lies, the attorney “shall […]

Los Angels Times: L.A. pays millions as police and firefighter injury claims rise

On October 1, 2014, in Blog, by sieditor

According to L.A. Times the salary records shows nearly 20% are paid for some of  the injury each year. Frank Neuhauser  says he’s studied many injury programs and L.A.’s estimated is astronomical. Below is an article of Los Angeles Times that shows police and firefighter injury claims rise. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Los Angeles Fire Capt. Daniel Costa liked […]

Work Comp Fraud – Apple Valley Man Charged with Workers’ Compensation Fraud

On September 25, 2014, in Blog, by sieditor

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – In Oct. 2010, 68-year-old Scott Masters of Apple Valley reported for jury duty in Barstow. While walking from his vehicle to the jury assembly room, he took a shortcut through a planter, and allegedly fell, injuring his left knee. Masters filed a workers’ compensation claim through the San Bernardino County Superior […]

Auto Theft – To Those That Defy and Deny the Truth

On September 24, 2014, in Blog, by sieditor

I have written previously on the fact that factory installed theft deterrents and so-called anti-theft systems in vehicles don’t stop of even slow down today’s car thief. There are those in the insurance SIU (Special Investigation Units) that would rather listen to their forensic locksmith experts, that will tell them as to how impossible these […]

Auto Theft: The Lies” and “Work Comp: Medical Marijuana

On September 17, 2014, in Blog, by sieditor

In what many fear may become a workers’ compensation national trend, if not an avalanche, the New Mexico Court of Appeals ruled. that medical marijuana a doctor recommended for an injured worker’s pain must be paid for by the workers’ employer and insurer. Despite the drug’s federal classification as a controlled substance, the court found […]

The Lies We Are Told About Vehicle Anti Theft Systems

On September 16, 2014, in Blog, Uncategorized, by sieditor

The Deliberate Misinformation, Blatant Propaganda on the Subject of Factory-Installed Anti Theft Systems A majority of the people out there giving information about auto theft have an agenda to misrepresent the facts. Let’s start with the engineers at an auto maker that refers to their system as PATS (Passive Anti Vehicle Theft System). This acronym […]

Skills That Are Need to Become A Private Investigator

On May 4, 2014, in Blog, Investigation, by sieditor

Sunday May 4, 2014 | Private investigators that cannot relate to witnesses and clients will not be a competent pi and therefore their operative productiveness will limited only. Having a detective or police background is an advantage essential, however. Anyone that are potentially can become a private investigator. All you need to have a license […]

Independent.ie: Jealous husband beat wife to death with dumbbell after private investigator uncovered affair, court told

On May 2, 2014, in Blog, Investigation, by sieditor

Your spouse cheated. Now what? you’ve discovered your partner having an affair, your head is probably spinning and your first response may be anger. Infidelity has hit you like a ton of bricks. If you do find your husband or or wife cheating on you, stay as calm as possible. unfaithful partner creates the most […]

VIDEO: Best Spy Gadgets and Gear

On April 29, 2014, in Blog, Surveillance, by sieditor

Tuesday April 29,2014 | Recording in  public or spying a person without approval is prohibited; however, when people use surveillance gadgets for pre-approved, at home, or personal purposes, these are a tremendous way to use whatever goes on in a house or at the office. whether you own your house or you rent an apartment. […]

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