In Central Europe surveillance has often been misused by detective services, state authorities and just about everyone in between. In contrast, our surveillance teams have had extraordinary success both in obtaining admissible evidence and successfully presenting such evidence to court.
Surveillance is typically used in the following situations:
- To establish the activities of employees during supposed sick leave.
- To establish the activities of individuals or former employees that may be feigning long-term disabilities due to insurance or sickness during insurance claim litigation.
- To establish conflict-of-interest scenarios carried out by dishonest employees or management.
- To determine product diversion schemes or to establish the sale of counterfeit goods.
- To determine fact or fiction during marital infidelity cases.
- To establish behavior patterns and gather evidence during child custody battles.
Here it should be emphasized that we also have extensive experience with regard to false injury claims with mulit-jurisdictional court proceedings. This is typically where less experienced investigators drop the ball, as the activities and report filing in one country may not necessarily pass mustard in a Western court. Our team will advise you or work with your legal team to dramatically increase the odds of not only court admissibility of findings and film/photographic evidence, but of you winning your case.