Asset Search: Insurance Policies
Asset Search – Insurance Policies
If you are in the process of doing an asset check when considering a business partnership, after obtaining a judgment, about to obtain a judgment, considering collection efforts, looking for hidden assets, or trying to verify and find assets, then you know that locating and finding reliable information about the existence of insurance policies can be difficult, expensive and time consuming. Insurance companies almost always refuse to release insurance coverage information, since privacy and insurance laws restrict disclosure of the existence of policy coverage to most third parties.
An asset search conducted by our skilled and seasoned network licensed private investigators and private detectives can be used to identify insurance policy information. Usually, this involves a confidential search. In appropriate cases, we can obtain insurance coverage information from other lawsuits involving the subject of your investigation. You may request insurance information during the pendency of certain kinds of lawsuits. But if there is no lawsuit pending, court orders are unavailable and courthouse searches are liable to be unproductive.
Still there are techniques for obtaining insurance policy information. Our skilled private investigators and private detectives can identify insurance from real property records, from credit reports, and via aggressive telephone and field investigation. This must usually be done confidentially. Sometimes this involves investigation the cash flow and banking habits of a business owned or related to an individual person who is the subject of our investigation.
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