Ripped From The Headlines We’ve heard the age old adage “ambulance chasing” or “ambulance chaser”.  When you hear that term, more often than not, people associate it with lawyers.  Seedy lawyers. Shady lawyers. In its simplest form, ambulance chasing is seeking new clients at a disaster...

The Minefield of Social Media Traditionally, minefields aren’t known as a place to find yourself. As a PI, a social minefield is oftentimes a GREAT place to jumpstart your investigation. It is a literal treasure trove of information right at your fingertips. But, do you really...

  Professional Development & Why It Still Matters Most of us have worked for companies or agencies that required professional training on a regular basis, to acquire and hone skills which benefitted the organization. Most private investigators are self- employed, and many are not taking advantage of...

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and the American tradition is to send a card, give your special someone a beautiful bouquet of flowers and maybe even some fine chocolates.  Think all things pink/red.  Unfortunately for some, all things red/pink aren’t delivered neatly wrapped in a...

Networking. The word that causes millions of eye rolls a day. A word that makes even those who do it best, cringe. If you’re keeping up (and you SHOULD be keeping up) with technology (i.e. social media), branding and other ways to grow your business,...