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Hire a PI to Investigate a Suspicious Death

Dealing with the death of a loved one is difficult no matter what the circumstances may be, but if you are suspicious that the death may have been caused by malpractice or criminal activity, that can make the situation much worse. Depending on the specifics of the individual case, you may want to pursue a wrongful death investigation.

In a wrongful death case, the police will investigate the circumstances and bring evidence to the prosecutors in charge of the legal case. However, police are often overloaded with cases and do their best to find out all the necessary information pertaining to the death, but your investigation may not be as thoroughly done as you would like it to be. To give you added peace of mind, consider hiring an experienced PI such as those at the J. P. Investigative Group to conduct their own wrongful death investigation.

Is It a Wrongful Death?

While you may have your suspicions, an attorney and the police will need hard evidence to determine if a case qualifies as wrongful death. At the J. P. Investigative Group, we have the investigative techniques and knowledge of the law to determine if the case has merits and to gather evidence to support the conclusion. 

With over 25 years of wrongful death investigations, we have worked on a variety of different cases. These include:

  • Malpractice and medical investigations – a wrongful death could have been caused by medical negligence, incorrect medical treatment, and/or malfunctions in medical equipment
  • Criminal investigations – a crime caused the wrongful death of your loved one. There are many moving parts in a criminal investigation, so it never hurts to have another observer looking through evidence.
  • Workplace accidents – industrial accidents happen frequently and wrongful deaths are often the result of company negligence or mismanagement
  • Product liability – poorly designed and/or undertested products have been known to cause wrongful deaths. We will look into every aspect of the testing process to determine if there was malpractice on the part of the manufacturer.

While the police are ultimately in charge of the investigation of your loved one’s death, having another set of experienced eyes on the case can be invaluable. 

Gathering Evidence

Because our investigative team is comprised of former police officers, former detectives, and former federal agents, we understand how to properly gather evidence that can be used in a court case. We use witness testimony, crime scene forensics, and/or corporate investigations to find the evidence needed to defend your case. With our team of investigators working alongside law enforcement, you can rest assured that your loved one’s case will be thorough and the evidence we provide will be used to work for the justice you deserve.

As your private investigators, we will keep you informed of our progress and help you every step of the way. We know how difficult a wrongful death case can be for you, so our network of investigators is always ready to serve you in any way we can. 

Contact Our Charlotte, NC, Wrongful Death Investigators

If you think that your loved one may have died under suspicious circumstances or through unusual means, contact the J. P. Investigative Group in Charlotte, NC, for a wrongful death investigation. We have staff members who are here 24/7 to hear your case and help you figure out if our services will be useful. Call us or fill out a free consultation form so that we can pair you with a professional wrongful death investigator. With over 25 years of experience, we are confident that we can help you get justice for your loved one.

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