Whether you’re a sole practitioner or an attorney in a larger firm, two things are paramount to success in your business: achieving a positive outcome for your client and turning a profit. What if there were a “secret weapon” that could virtually guarantee all three? That could seemingly add hours to your day by taking on tasks that you don’t enjoy or, frankly, aren’t that good at? Look no further than your friendly Private Investigator.
With more than 34,000 private investigators in the United States, you’re certain to find one with the experience and credentials that will best serve you and your client in PA or NJ. Many are retired from a previous career and bring that wealth of knowledge and experience to every case. Some are former police officers and security personnel who find the freedom of freelance investigative work a better fit for their personality and lifestyle.
Depending on the type of law you practice, a PI may be useful in one specific area (like a witness or asset location) or you may benefit from having a PI work as your “man on the street” and cover all aspects of the investigative, pre-trial and trial processes. The following chapters highlight four key areas where a private investigator can bring real value – and success – to your practice.