Friday, March 2, 2012

Infidelity? Knowing when to Hire a Private Investigator

Infidelity not only rocks your relationship, it is also emotionally jolting. Just imagine, suddenly you feel that the ground of faith and trustworthiness you stand so confidently upon, is actually developing cracks and can crumble at any time. Do you want that ground to crumble and for you to fall into a hole, or do you want to take some corrective measures to salvage your honor, self-respect, sense of fairness and if possible your relationship, whether you are married or living with somebody?

Hiring a private investigator to find whether your partner is having another relationship (even multiple relationships for that matter) can be an excruciating decision. It is a big step toward accepting that something disastrous is taking shape and it is not just a nagging doubt. You won't hire a private investigator, for instance, if your husband misses a dinner and cannot come up with a plausible reason; you will hire a private investigator if there is a litany of tell-tale signs.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Infidelity Booms in Tough Econic Times

A study from the University of Washington reveals that spending habits are genetic. The study followed 15,000 sets of twins since the early 1950's and determined that people are either born to spend or save. Although some doctors grant that the type of upbringing plays a role, the study says that genetics is the largest factor in why a person decides to save or spend. Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil, author of Financial Infidelity: Making Money Sexy, has long been studying and treating the outgrowth of this phenomena which can manifest itself as Financial Infidelity.
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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Bad Economy=Fake Workers Comp Claims

Fraudulent workers’ compensation claims are increasingly becoming a more common issue in the construction industry. Attorneys and insurance brokers believe they are seeing more false claims of contractors getting hurt, and they say it has to do with the state of the economy. Read More

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Ballet Dancer Busted

A case worked by our investigator on 2-18-2012 showed that is is well worth spending the money for a Private Investigator. Our attorney client informed us that the female Subject claimed she could not leave the house do to injuries and pain. She was attempting to gain thousands per month from her ex-husband in spousal support. We obtained over 2 hours of the female Subject attending a ballet class, exposing her fraud. That's our job and we do it daily.

Mad woman gets revenge

35-year-old Mesa woman admitted to driving over her husband during an argument stemming from the man's alleged infidelity, officials said. Colene Barker was arrested about 9 p.m. Monday at the Sandal Ridge Apartments near University and Country Club drives, according to the Mesa Police Department.

Workers' Comp Fraud Convictions Spiral

Dishonest employees continue to prey on the workers' compensation system by making fraudulent claims and seeking to extend benefits longer than necessary, but employers are playing a vital role in identifying the cheats. New data from the California Department of Insurance show that prosecutors were able to secure convictions against 103 individuals in 2011 for various fraudulent acts against the workers' comp system.
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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Crackdown on Underground Economy...Misclassifcation

Federal and state officials are joining forces to crack down on companies in California that improperly classify workers as independent contractors. 
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