AGB Investigative Services is licensed to provide highly discreet private investigative and surveillance services in Illinois. Our skilled investigators are relied upon by attorneys to support their clients in legal proceedings. Call on us for these and other types of investigative services:
- Employee surveillance
- Civilian/Workers compensation cases
- General security concerns
We can save your company the financial stress of fraudulent workers’ compensation claims. Employers and insurance firms rely on us to conduct legal video surveillance of employees, as well as to interview and take statements from co-workers.
Our private investigators can develop tangible proof of misconduct by employees at work. These offenses may include internal theft, embezzlement, vandalism, or fraud.
Assets can be hidden in many clever ways. Our asset search services can identify assets and accounts in all 50 states. We provide the most detailed and comprehensive searches available from experts whose analyses are admissible in court.
Process Serving Services in Chicago
AGB is experienced in serving papers to defendants in legal cases. Our Process Serving services focus primarily on the greater Chicagoland area. As licensed private investigators, we are equipped to handle any possible situation or scenario in serving papers to defendants. AGB guarantees that two attempts are made at different times and/or locations to ensure timely delivery of your documents.
Lawyers who need help obtaining court-admissible evidence for their cases rely on our professional investigative services to help win cases. Our investigators are experts in providing court testimony that establishes facts and substantiates cases in a cost effective manner.
Fraud Management Services in Chicago
Rampant financial fraud is a threat to individual businesses, the economy, and society. Each year, organizations lose an estimated $200 billion to fraud and other financial crimes. Technological advances have increased the possibility that any industry—including financial institutions, health care organizations, insurance, and communication companies—could fall victim to financial fraud.