Scene & Field Investigator

Get photos, leads, and other on-site information.

Visiting a location in person can yield information that can’t be obtained from searching records or reading through discovery.

When looking for assets, I’ll visit a business or home to view property, take pictures of items, inquire with people, and get as much information as possible before being asked to leave.

At crime or injury locations I can discover vantage points, distances, and other factors; take photos and measurements; and compare it all with law enforcement reports. Then canvass the area for any un-tapped witnesses or surveillance cameras that may exist nearby.

Other reasons to investigate in the field include interviewing witnesses in person to see how they might present to a jury, and undercover pretexts for gathering leads and information.


  • $80/hour plus mileage and expenses.