Civil Investigations

Civil investigations by Prairie Investigations are conducted to gather information and evidence related to civil disputes or legal proceedings. These investigations may involve a wide range of activities, including surveillance, interviewing witnesses, analyzing financial records, and conducting background checks.

Civil investigations may be conducted in a variety of contexts, including:

  1. Personal injury cases: Private investigators may be hired to investigate personal injury claims to determine the extent of the injury, the circumstances of the accident, and whether any third parties may be liable for the injury.
  2. Workers’ compensation cases: Investigators may be hired to investigate workers’ compensation claims to determine whether the injury or illness is work-related and whether the employee is entitled to benefits.
  3. Divorce and family law cases: Investigators may be hired to gather evidence related to issues such as child custody, alimony, and property division.
  4. Corporate investigations: Private investigators may be hired by companies to investigate issues such as employee theft, fraud, and embezzlement.
  5. Intellectual property cases: Investigators may be hired to investigate cases of copyright infringement, trademark infringement, and other intellectual property disputes.

Civil investigations conducted by Prairie Investigations are done in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, and our investigators must follow ethical guidelines and respect individuals’ privacy rights. The evidence gathered through a civil investigation may be used in court proceedings, and that evidence is collected and presented in a manner that is admissible in court.