Copper Investigations Private Investigative Frequently Asked Questions

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  What can I expect when I hire Copper Investigations?

  As our client you can expect personal professional service with an emphasis on keeping you informed of the progress of your timely investigation every step of the way. You may contact us as often as necessary with questions or information. Upon completing the investigation, you will be provided a professional, well written report of the findings and copies of any relevant documents, photographs or surveillance video.

  Who would benefit from a Denver Private Investigator?

  • Attorneys hire Denver Private Investigators to work on the behalf of their client in criminal and civil cases. Private Investigators will take written or recorded statements, canvas for witnesses, visit the scene of accidents, take videos and photographs.
  • Insurance Companies contract with Denver Private Investigators to verify facts of a claim, Workers' Compensation Claims, Liability claims, etc.
  • Businesses who require employee background checks, are victims of internal or external theft, workers' comp claims, liability lawsuits.
  • Private individuals who are looking for more assistance than law enforcement can or will provide.
  • People looking to track missing persons.
  • People who believe their spouse or significant other is cheating on them.
  • A spouse who is uncertain of their partner's faithfulness or fears they are hiding assets from the court in a divorce.

  •   Why do I need your services if I already have an attorney?

      Most attorneys specialize in the practice of the law and represent clients in legal matters. They are not necessarily experienced with conducting private investigations and will frequently hire or ask the client to hire the services of a licensed private investigator. Generally, if you have an attorney, and you retain the services of a private investigator through your attorney, the investigator's work product becomes shielded from disclosure to adversaries. If the attorney/investigator relationship is properly established, the investigator's involvement in a case and participation is privileged communication and is generally protected from disclosure. If you decide to hire a private investigator on your own and you have an attorney, the results of the private investigator's work can be reviewed by your attorney for possible consideration in your case. You can hire a private investigator on your own or have your attorney hire one for you.

      Do you guarantee your work?

      We guarantee our work, but we cannot always guarantee that the result of a investigation or search will provide you with all of the information you desire. Please be aware that while the information has been found reliable, it may not be guaranteed. We always keep the client informed about the progress of an investigation and the need for any additional searches or records.

      What will it cost to hire Copper Investigations?

      Our initial consultation is always free of charge. We will spell out in detail the actual costs for your case. Expenses can include an hourly investigator rate, reimbursements for database searches, government and medical records. The contract will also include the amount of the retainer, generally 50% of the expected charges, and the maximum cost that you will authorize.

      Are you licensed bonded and insured?

      Yes Copper Investigations & is licensed, bonded & insured - A Denver Private Investigator Colorado License #P2-261

      Do you do subcontract work, or subcontract to other licensed Colorado private investigators?

      We will accept subcontract work from other licensed private investigators on an individual basis only if the assignment does not violate the privacy of the client or state laws concerning such activity. In most cases, we require a retainer in advance. On special occasions we subcontract to other licensed private investigators with the permission of the client.

      What areas of Colorado do you work in?

      We work throughout Colorado specializing in the Denver, Boulder and Northern Colorado area. With our extensive network of investigative partners we are able to cover all of Colorado for most cases.

      What do I need for you to take my case?

      Please contact a Colorado Private Investigator at Copper Investigations for your free consultation. We can tell you exactly what information or documents we will need to proceed with your case. You may ask as many questions as you need to and we will explain the process. Most people have never hired a private investigator before. We know that and will walk you through the process step by step. A contract will help spell out both the services and charges to expect.

    Denver Private Investigator Serving
    Denver, Boulder and Northern Colorado

    Investigative Areas of Expertise - Civil Investigations, Insurance Fraud, Child Custody, Infidelity, Executive Protection