Markham Investigations (MI) can assist your case should your surveillance needs involve matrimonial or domestic litigation, insurance fraud, workers compensation claims, stolen property, injury, employee theft, counterfeit goods, general fraud, or industrial espionage. There is no better way to obtain and document the true facts than actual case video and/or photographic evidence.
Markham Investigations (MI) views "surveillance" as an art form. The skill-set required to conduct successful surveillance comes from years of experience which is required by on-going training and feedback from our investigative teams. MI surveillance investigators have the experience to consistently deliver excellent results.
We offer various ways to get to the required information, and MI will assist each client to understand our surveillance methods. We are experts in providing surveillance of individuals for matrimonial or domestic litigation, to establish information used for insurance or disability fraud or general undercover investigations. MI's documentation of the case facts and supporting video/photographic evidence are provided to client as the case progresses. MI investigators are well equipped with video cameras, hidden body cameras, a selection of vehicles to alternate appearance and the ability to blend in to any background.
MI is like most private investigative companies and we charge our clients an hourly rate for surveillance, with mileage and any other investigative procedures being added. We design our surveillance operations to provide the best possible results given what we collectively know about your “subject’s” activities. We do this in a sincere effort to give you the best opportunity to know the truth and to minimize your cost. The estimated cost will be discussed with you before we begin and the cost may vary depending on where the surveillance or investigation will take place, the number of investigators required and if any special equipment is needed. It is very common for an infidelity surveillance to require more than one investigator to be done successfully. Once we agree to start work, you will need to sign our contract, typically pay a retainer and approve the Investive Plan (IP).