Why Attorneys Should Give Private Investigators the Time of Day

Attorneys are notoriously busy.

An attorney’s “busy” is like the average person’s “busy” on crack.

We are all living in a time that seems to crave shrinking clocks and overburdened calendars.  There isn’t enough time in the day to return phone calls, reply to emails, respond to texts, make it to meetings, plow through new consultations, attend court, prepare briefs, maintain a working office, and oversee a dynamic staff of people.

And that’s just the work involved with your job.  Family responsibilities and obligations are on a whole other dimension.

So let’s talk about work.  Why in the world should you, an attorney, even mess with dealing with private investigators?  Won’t that just add to your stress, responsibilities, and time commitment?

No.  Not if you find the right private investigator.

Let’s be real.  There is no private investigator out there, me included, who can be all things to all attorneys.  But there are private investigators out there who are already tailor-made for the specific and unique needs of your practice.  The challenge is finding them.

I want to help you find them and here’s why.

You are an attorney.  You are not a trained, licensed, and experienced private investigator.  You already wear too many hats.  You already don’t have enough time in the day to achieve your goals AND maintain your sanity.

Why wouldn’t you pass off the investigative tasks of your cases to someone you trust who specializes in investigating the specific areas demanded by your practice?

Yes, hiring a private investigator could save you time, headache, and money.  But it could also better leverage the outcomes of your cases.  It could streamline your investigative practices, giving your clients a better chance at success.  Using a private investigator could give you the leg up you’ve been searching for in order to stay a step ahead of your adversaries.

Even if you currently work toward giving every one of your clients the best service and experience, all tied with a big red bow of success, there are always things you can improve upon or change to better help your clients AND help you achieve a dynamite reputation as an attorney.

Don’t let private investigations be that lost opportunity you never knew about or never tried because of your fear of the unknown, the what-ifs.

There are some killer private investigators out there just waiting to help you achieve that next level you’ve been cautiously eyeing, wanting to step into but not knowing what to do next.

I’m going to help you find them and here’s how.

Read these blogs and articles I’ve collected or written myself that will point you in the right direction:

How to Select a Qualified and Credible Private Investigator by Aaron Larson

How to Find a Private Investigator by Brian Willingham

10 Facts Every Attorney Should Know About Private Investigators by Rachele’ Davis

Tips for Choosing a Private Investigator by Rachele’ Davis

What Can a Private Investigator Do For Me? by Rachele’ Davis

United States Association of Professional Investigators Private Investigator Member Listing

Don’t be one of the many attorneys who continue to weigh themselves down with too much work, too little time, and not enough help.  I’m offering you a lifeline here.  Take it, for goodness sake.