What services does your firm provide to Family Law Attorneys?
See “Family Law Services”.
What services does your firm provide to criminal defense attorneys?
See “Criminal Defense Services”.
What services does your firm provide to Insurance Companies?
See “Insurance Services”.
What services does your firm provide to businesses and corporations?
See “Corporate Services”.
What services does your firm provide to individuals?
See “Individual Services”.
What sets you aside from other private investigation firms?
We care. It is truly difficult to put it any other way— we care about our clients and the situations they are facing. We want to see the attorneys we work with do well in court and win cases for their clients. We want individuals to find the peace they deserve, and local business owners to make smart, informed decisions when it comes to their livelihood. Our staff takes the time to get to know you and understand why you are reaching out, and what results you hope to accomplish. We are in the business of building relationships, and do so with each of our clients.
How can a private investigator benefit my case?
Being licensed private investigators, our firm has access to databases that unlicensed parties do not have access to. This means we can pull updated, verified, and sorted intelligence that the general public cannot. We also have trained staff members that are experienced in researching and obtaining documentation. We obtain factual information and present it in an organized fashion. We are court ready if called upon to testify. If you are unsure if a private investigator can help your case, give us a call at 574-288-5911. We offer a complimentary phone consultation to learn your needs. We will only take your case if we know we can assist you.
What is the importance of choosing a licensed investigator?
It is important to choose an investigation firm that is licensed. If you do not use a licensed investigator, the money spent on the work done and information collected may not be admissible in court. If a person or company is not licensed their surveillance and investigative work may be viewed as nothing more than “stalking.”
Licensing also gives investigative firms access to databases like the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), county and state criminal records, and confidential information that an unlicensed investigator does not have.
We are currently licensed in the states of Indiana (#PI20700267) and Michigan (#3701206032).
When are you available to work on my case? What hours will the investigators be available?
Our investigators are available 24/7.
Are you licensed and insured?
Yes, we are licensed and insured in the states of Indiana (#PI20700267) and Michigan (#3701206032).
We have continuous governmental and professional oversight to ensure our firm is adhering to the ethical standards set forth by our codes.
Can you provide references?
Absolutely. Please review our testimonials.
What is a typical turnaround time for a case?
It is hard to determine the turnaround time until we have a better understanding of the case logistics. We make all cases a priority. We assign and schedule a case review in a timely manner. All cases are handled efficiently, and our staff works diligently with you until results are accomplished.
What does it cost to hire a private investigator?
Pricing will depend on the nature of the case. We typically bill at an hourly rate plus expenses, and a retainer fee is required. To speak with a specialized staff member about your situation, give our office a call at 574-288-5911 to learn how we can help.
Do you guarantee your work?
We will always guarantee the quality of our work. However, we cannot always guarantee the results produced will provide the information desired. We work closely with our clients and keep them updated throughout the investigation process.
Is everything confidential?
Yes, everything is always kept completely confidential – even if you choose not to hire us after your initial consultation. Our staff is held to the highest ethical standards and has proven their loyalty and dedication through many years of employment. The individuals will not be notified in any way of our online intelligence research gathering. Our field investigators will not be privy to clients’ information, and will only be provided what they need to know about the individual in order to do their job to the best of their ability. We respect the confidentiality of our clients.
Is your organization a member of any professional associations?
Yes, the owner of the company is the past President of the Indiana Society of Professional Investigators Association and is currently a Director of the National Council of Investigation and Security Services. Integrity is a member of many professional organizations. Being a member allows us to stay abreast of legislative changes in our profession and know all the latest investigative tools and techniques. Click here to read about the associations of which we are a member.
We have done our best to answer frequently asked questions, but if there is something we didn’t answer for you, please contact our office direct at 574-288-5911.