Call us Toll Free 866-984-2677
New York: (212) 710-5616 | Florida: (305) 677-7568
Client Login/New Case Referral »
Social Media Sign Up »

Tag

surveillance
Surveillance Goals A typical day for an insurance surveillance private investigator consists of providing a midday update to let the case manager know how the investigation is going. Providing detailed information to the case manager is imperative so they can can make an informed decision on next steps with the case.  How the claimant is...
Read More
The safety of our private investigators, subjects, and the general public is the most important thing to ICORP Investigations. It is paramount consideration. Surveillance can be very intense at times and situations arise that cannot be predicted. It is for this, and many other reasons that the investigators must always be vigilant as to their...
Read More
ICORP Investigations is certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the nation’s largest third party certifier of business owned and operated by women in the US. We recognize the commitment to supplier diversity that is embraced by corporations and government agencies today, and we can add diversity...
Read More
Video Verification New York
We all have a connection to a private investigator featured in movies, television or books. Sherlock Holmes, Magnum PI, Jessica Jones and countless others are cultural icons that have provided many hours of entertainment. But despite our affinity for these fictional private eyes, the value of real private investigators is often overlooked. Many private investigators...
Read More
Should Private Investigators Have Exceptions To Window Tint Laws?
Last week a change.org petition was created in support of repealing New York’s recently enacted window tint law. The legislation requires windshield and front windows (as well as the rear windows in certain vehicles) to let in 70% of light, essentially a factory-level tint. Proponents of the legislation include law enforcement, which cites safety concerns...
Read More