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The Attorneys Private Investigator

07-18-2008 01:43 PM CET | Politics, Law & Society

Press release from: Peace of Mind PI

Forked River, New Jersey - July, 14, 2008 – Pierre A. McLean of Peace of Mind Private Investigators an investigative consulting firm in Forked River, New Jersey has continued his agency’s growth by increasing its visibility to regional law firms. His agency provides litigation support, fraud investigations, corporate investigations and a few other miscellaneous investigative services. Emphasizing professionalism, resourcefulness, attention to detail and a splash of innovation, it is striving to become “The Attorneys Private Investigative Agency”. It synergistically combines and benefits from old nostalgic gumshoeing, integration of modern technology and industry methodology. “My agency is experiencing tremendous growth and growing pains symptomatic of expansion and branding identity”, said Pierre A. McLean. “I have made some marketing mistakes along the way as part of the process. But, my objective was and is to leverage my cumulative investigative and business knowledge to the benefit of my clients”.

The legal community, specifically attorneys can benefit remarkably from utilizing qualified private investigators to help expedite the success rate, preparation and information acquired for litigation. A high degree of proficiency in investigating cases, finding and interviewing witnesses, public records searches, etc., essentially increases the effectiveness of the investigator and the value of the data developed for legal counsel’s review and usage. A criminal justice background in the capacity of a law enforcement officer is beneficial, but not necessary to provide good client service for the furtherance of investigative assignment. What is essential and necessary is being receptive to the instructions of attorney; establishing the case objective, parameter, time frame, and significance of data in defense or prosecution.

Peace of Mind Private Investigators, Pierre A. McLean has also authored “Small Business Fraud Investigations” an article about the pre-litigation investigative steps taken by him in the process of investigating the allegations of fraud by the seller of a regional car wash which was sold to a buyer and client of his detective agency. It is featured in the August 2008 issue of PI Magazine and a comparable
version is located on company’s website.

Pierre A. McLean, CFE, CICI, CSI
Peace of Mind Private Investigators
P O Box 1004, Forked River, NJ 08731
http://www.peaceofmind-pi.net
Tel: (609)971-0356, Fax: (609)971-3999
Email:- macself@aol.com

Peace of Mind Private Investigators is an investigative consulting firm providing a boutique of services to discerning Individuals, Attorneys, Insurance Companies and Corporations.

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