Private Investigators

Written by Tyler D Falls


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14. Victim assistance - Whenrepparttar police just ain't cutting it for you.

15. Nanny cams/hidden cameras - Make sure you can trust your kids, or caretakers.

16. Trash recovery - Investigate someones garbage.

17. DNA/Parernity testing

18. Polygraph testing

19. Executive protection (Body guards/ escort services) - Unarmed or armmed. High profile, or low profile.

20. Collect child support payments - Cant findrepparttar 143802 mother or father? Find them and get money that's lawfully yours.

21. Electronic countermeasures, or counter eavesdropping - Make sure your employees or outsiders are not monitoring you!

22. Accident scene investigations

23. Special assignments - Anything else you can think of, Professional Private Investigators can usually do.

(except help kill someone)

There are certain rules one must follow when choosing a personal investigator. When finding a private investigator, make sure they have a private investigators license. Also keep in mind thatrepparttar 143803 work that a private investigator does is strictly confidential and stays between you and them. So ifrepparttar 143804 person you're talking to doesn't guarantee confidentiality, then don't bother talking to them again. Another important thing to keep in mind is that all investigators need to be insured. This way, while they are uncovering information that YOU hired them to, and they happen to harm someone, break, or damage anything, then you are not held liable for compensation. A reputable investigator should have no problem presenting a certificate of insurance coverage for you to review and verify. Finally, make sure you get a contract done up, and you read it very carefully. These things will protect you, and help you find a reliable and trust worthy personal investigators.

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Tyler Falls helps run numourous informational sites and also works for a private marketing firm. Hes available to hire for advise on anything from vitamins, detox and health related topics to website marketing and promotion. Email Tyler @ tdfalls@gmail.com


There's more to Burton on Trent than just beer! - Part 1

Written by Chris Towland


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The Clay Oven on New Street is another Indian Restaurant worthy of note. It is a licensed restaurant butrepparttar staff also seem happy for you to take your own drinks. Ideal if your party includes some who prefer a draught pint of lager and others that want to keeprepparttar 143344 cost down and bring their own. The wine list is also pretty good at The Clay Oven including several very drinkable bottles around 7 which in my experience is a very good price for a bottle of wine in a restaurant. If you're visitingrepparttar 143345 Clay Oven duringrepparttar 143346 week, take a look at their 'Meal Deal' which for less than 8 gets you popadoms and pickles, a starter of your choice, a curry of your choice along with rice or nan bread and even a coffee and mints thrown in for good measure. Excellent value and excellent food too!

Other Burton curry houses worthy of a visit include George's on Station Street, Bilash Spice in Stretton, Spice of Asia on Station Street and Mombai Blue onrepparttar 143347 A38 towards Willington.

Article two in this series will continue to look atrepparttar 143348 other options for food in Burton-on-Trent but inrepparttar 143349 meantime, take a look atrepparttar 143350 online guide to food, drink and entertainment in Burton which also includes a frequently updated 'What's On' section and special offers from numerous Burton restaurants. It can be found at http://www.InBurton.co.uk

Chris Towland www.InBurton.co.uk 2005


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