How Private Investigators Can Bolster Your Legal Case

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If you have a legal case that you’re trying to win, it often isn’t enough to just have the best attorneys on the job. After all, attorneys may be qualified to research case law and manage witnesses, but that doesn’t mean that they’re always great investigators. That’s why competent attorneys almost always rely on trained investigators to gather the evidence they need to build a case based on solid facts. Here are just a few of the ways that private investigators can play an invaluable role in bolstering your legal case.

Investigators Are Experts at Gathering Evidence

Every legal case requires facts, and facts need to be supported with evidence. With the right evidence, a great lawyer has a much easier time building the legal arguments you need to win your case. Private investigators tend to uncover facts and evidence that lawyers often miss, since they approach each case with an entirely different point of view. As a result, an investigator may notice inconsistencies in already-gathered evidence, witness statements, and other areas of the case.

Private Investigators Can Find New Leads

One of the most frustrating challenges for legal teams is the proverbial dead end. All too often, lawyers and their teams encounter these dead ends, and that can create obstacles that prevent them from connecting critical dots in their legal arguments. Trained investigators know how to recognize missed clues, which enables them to uncover new leads that can help unearth the evidence you need to win your case.

Investigators are Adept at Uncovering Hidden Assets

If your legal case is civil and there’s a possibility that you could receive a judgment award of any monetary value, it’s important to be able to recover that money. Unfortunately, assets tend to be hidden or disguised as soon as court cases are filed. A great investigator can track down your opponent’s hidden assets to ensure that you receive the monetary award to which you’re entitled.

Today’s Investigators Know How to Leverage Technological Tools

With modern society’s reliance on digital records and communications, evidence for legal cases is often scattered across the digital landscape. Investigators know how to leverage computers, networks, and smartphones to gather digital evidence that may prove critical for your case. They can even unearth erased data in many instances, ensuring that your legal opponents cannot escape justice.

Investigators Can Provide Surveillance and Video Evidence

In certain types of cases, video evidence can be the most compelling form of proof to support a legal claim. Whether you’re involved in an insurance or worker’s compensation dispute, a child custody case, or dealing with a cheating spouse, video evidence can be a powerful way to help you achieve the favorable outcome you desire.

At ISS, our trained investigators are regarded as the best in the industry. We have decades of experience, a proven track record of success, and a commitment to help you secure and protect your rights and interests. When you need private investigators you can trust to do the job right the first time, call International Security Services – New York City’s dedicated security experts.

George Kozhar

George Kozhar

George Kozhar is a respected security professional, licensed private investigator, and founder of International Security Services (ISS) - New York City’s dedicated security experts since 1999. Mr. Kozhar and his team provide a full array of private and business investigative services in the U.S. and overseas, VIP executive protection, armed and unarmed security guard services and training, and Fire and Life Safety Director training through the company’s Fire Science Institute.

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