People who are pursuing a wrongful death lawsuit in the case of a loved one may sometimes enlist the help of a private investigator.
Police do their best job to find evidence in some cases pertaining to wrongful death. But the use of a private investigator gives you peace of mind to make sure that every piece of evidence in your loved one’s case is looked over. In most cases, evidence is needed to determine a death was a wrongful one.
J.P. Investigative Group in Charlotte, North Carolina, has both the investigative techniques to find evidence and the knowledge of law necessary to make recommendations to clients.
Our investigators can determine if there is enough evidence to build a case around the wrongful death investigation of your loved one.
Below are some examples of investigations in wrongful death cases:
Seeking a private investigator for a wrongful death will give the case an extra pair of eyes. The J.P. Investigative Group’s goal is to satisfy the needs of our client. We employ a specialized team of investigators made up of former police officers, former detectives and former federal agents who have vast experience.
Our investigators use witness testimony, crime scene forensics and/or corporate investigations to find evidence to back your case.
Our company has a network of investigators ready to serve you. We know you will be satisfied with our services, and we will help you every step of the way.
The J.P. Investigative Group has staff members available 24/7 to hear your case. Call us at 844-990-2111, or fill out a free consultation form, and we will pair you with a professional wrongful death investigator today.
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