Tracing Witness/Obtaining Statements

TRACING WITNESSES: We trace the witnesses via open enquiries or sometimes with discreet investigations but our witnesses include the family of the insured, relatives/neighbour of the insured, and the witnesses who were at present on the site. We do investigate in minute manner to leave no stone unturned in establishing every relevant fact through the investigation.

OBTAINING STATEMENTS: Claim Investigators usually take the responsibility to trace the witnesses and obtaining their statements right after an event as it is a vital part of the investigations. To locate the witness and taking a statement from witnesses is a very objective process and our investigators are aware to perform possible tactics which are used obtain correct information via interviews.

Our investigators first start the interview from putting the witness at comfort with established rapport and then gradually go through the actual event occurred, clarifications and ensuring that any points which can be significant evidential value are properly covered. Our investigators put proper time to take the sufficient information and our all the statements will be in typing format which will be given to you.

If you are suspicious about a claim, we are always standing by your side to establish the circumstances of the claim. Kindly contact us on [email protected] according to your requirement respectively.

NOTE: As we are professional private investigators, all the information provided by you to us and also the discreet information gained by us during the investigation will dealt under the strictest confidence for considering the private investigation ethics.

Our Discreteness

  • Factual Photographs
    • Scene Visit
    • Evidence Photography
    • Accidental Vehicle Photographs
  • Scene Mapping
    • Sequence of the Incident
    • Diagrams of Collided Vehicles
    • Witness Testimony
  • Vehicle Collision Analysis
    • Accident Description
    • Vehicles Description
    • Statements of the Witnesses
  • Crash Scene Diagrams
    • Re-Construction of the Scene
    • Collection of Evidences at scene
    • Incident Summary