Crossroads Investigations

Category: Surveillance

Out In The Field: Services Beyond Surveillance

We don’t just hide out in our cars and watch people! One common assumption about field investigators is that they mainly observe and follow the subjects of their insurance defense or infidelity investigations. However, we have successfully handled other field assignments, including photographing the scene of an accident or knocking on doors to confirm an …

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Are They Really *THAT* Injured?

It’s midyear, and everyone wants to be out and about, living their best lives. The transition from spring to summer presents the best opportunity for surveillance to capture plaintiffs, claimants, and other individuals doing what they allege they cannot do. The Crossroads team is well-versed in surveillance for insurance defense purposes, and our past efforts …

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Modern-Day Surveillance: It’s Not Just for Cheaters

Crossroads Investigations’ team holds decades of field experience, government experience, and experience gathering objective evidence to support clients in legal proceedings. A common misconception or presumption is that the bulk of surveillance is done for infidelity purposes; however, our team is equipped to carry out quality surveillance for many possible scenarios, including, but not limited …

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Quality Surveillance Investigations

When you hear the word surveillance, you might imagine an investigator in dark clothing sitting in an unmarked vehicle with tinted windows and a video camera in hand, eagerly awaiting activity from a subject. However, surveillance is much more than that. Surveillance is an art that requires attentiveness, critical thinking, and patience. It also requires a …

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Co-Parenting Social Distancing Investigations

Parenting is hard, co-parenting is even harder! Parents are responsible not just for keeping themselves safe but keeping their kids safe as well, especially in the age of COVID-19: no more play dates, no parks, no unnecessary human interaction at all. So, what does this mean when divorced parents have co-sharing obligations? What happens if …

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Our contact info

Mailing Address (not a branch address): 1835 NE 185 St., Ste 547, Miami, FL 33179