In our ongoing endeavor to provide services of the highest professional quality, L.S.I.S. employs the latest technology available to our industry. We have access to numerous resources and databases for skip-tracing and retrieving background information.
Our SUBROSA team utilizes state of the art surveillance equipment and electronics for evidence used in conjunction with our detailed comprehensive reports in support of your litigated matter.
“Randall assisted our firm in the trial of a complex personal injury case arising out of a civil battery. Numerous witnesses had provided multiple, often conflicting statements to the responding police officers, and later to detectives, an insurance investigator, and in depositions.
We employed Randall for both his Paralegal and Investigative expertise to review, compare and contrast all statements and deposition testimony. He found repeated contradictions in the defense witness statements, allowing me to effectively attack the credibility of these defense witnesses at trial. Additionally, Randall took photographs of the scene and created a scene diagram which we enlarged for use in trial which visually demonstrated the witness locations with measured distances from the incident, supporting our case.
Randall's work in both contexts was exceptional, as was his reliability, integrity and professionalism. I would not hesitate to recommend Randall in either capacity in any civil or criminal litigation.”
The plaintiff suffered a serious neck and back spinal injury. After corrective surgical procedure, the plaintiff sued the doctors for Medical Malpractice (7 figures), stating he was unable to get out of bed without the assistance of his wife, and was immobile without the use of a walker.
The plaintiff was observed on multiple occasions physically mobile, driving a vehicle and active without the use of a walker, cane or assistance of another person.
Throughout the investigation, the plaintiff was observed reaching, extending, lifting objects, loading a bicycle in and out of his vehicle, engaged as a soccer referee, and even joined a hiking club where he wore a water bladder walking traversing dirt trails. The subject routinely demonstrated strength, mobility and dexterity.
Based on the evidence garnered throughout the investigation, the case was settled without payment to the plaintiff.
The plaintiff and his wife were injured in an auto accident involving the delivery truck for a large company. The wife settled her case in the high 6 figures, the week before LSIS was contracted on the case. The husband was demanding $2 million in compensation for allegedly losing his business due to his head, neck, back and soft tissue injury.
Our investigation revealed the plaintiff would walk outside his residence with a cane, look around, then return into his residence. Shortly after, the plaintiff would carry out golf clubs and proceed in his vehicle to a golf course with his wife.
Our investigator brought his golf clubs with his camera and tripod to the driving range, then video recorded the plaintiff and his recently "injured" wife hitting golf balls for a couple hours. Both the husband and wife demonstrated strength, mobility and dexterity with a full range of motion.
Our investigation limited the carrier's liability to the plaintiffs medical expenses. The only regret the carrier had was NOT hiring LSIS more quickly due to the large settlement for the wife.
The Claimant allegedly suffered from an unobserved slip & fall injury off a warehouse dock.
Our investigation revealed, utilizing covert cameras, that the Claimant was working under the table for a Vending Truck company while he was being paid workers' compensation benefits to stay home and rehabilitate.
The Claimant worked at the industrial shaved ice machine, shoveling ice into 70 pound bags. After filling and loading roughly 16 bags on a dolly, he would take them to a freezer room for storage, then return to the ice machine and repeat the process.
The Claimant demonstrated strength, mobility and dexterity with a full range of motion. His claim & benefits were immediately contested based on the reports and video recorded evidence that covered several weeks of surveillance.