• Private Investigator in Oklahoma City

    Private Investigator in Oklahoma CityWhen you need a private investigator in Oklahoma City 1 to 1 Risk Control & Investigations has you covered. Our private investigation services include Domestic Investigations, Corporate Investigations, bug sweeps, locating people, insurance fraud, and civil investigations. As we have grown over the years we have also started investigating animal abuse, and animal cruelty cases. Here are 1 to 1 Risk Control & Investigations we make it easy to hire a private investigator by offering free consultations. The initial consultation with a private investigator will cover determining what your case involves, what your desired outcome is, and developing an investigation plan. The most important part of any investigation is reporting back to our clients. We are flexible when it comes to providing updates and reports once your investigation starts. This helps you understand how your investigation is progressing, and what obstacles are encountered.

    Hiring a Private Investigator

    Hiring a private investigator is often a mysterious subject that most people aren’t familiar with. Hiring a private investigator is similar to hiring an attorney in that the process flows in the same manner. Private investigators also work on a retainer just as you would expect and attorney would. A contract outlining the terms and scope of the investigation will also be prepared for your review. It’s important to understand the retainer covers a limited amount of hours in the investigation. When your retainer is exhausted you will be required to post an additional retainer for the investigation to continue. Private Investigations may also include services that have addition prices such as travel and lodging expenses, milage, trash collection, and expert witness services.

    How Much Does a Private Investigator Charge?

    A private investigator fees typically range from $75 to $125 per hour. A retainer, usually charged up front, will be approximately 50% of the time your case is expected to take. All charges associated with your investigation will be provided to you in the form of an itemized invoice.