Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! To operate as a private investigator in Texas you must obtain a license. Ours is #A-19641 and you can easily verify this online with the State of Texas.

Yes! Anything can happen over the course of our work, including very serious injury, because we are fully insured, you will not suffer any liability. You never want to risk hiring an uninsured investigator!

Since 2016. Yes, we’ve been around the block a few times and have all the training, partnerships and experience required to do your job correctly. We’ve gained many important connections over the years and this will serve to your advantage.

Dave Johnson, a Texas Private Investigator, has over a decade of experience in civil investigation and 28 years experience as an investigative reporter and anchorman for ABC and CBS news affiliates and the Armed Forces Radio and Television Network. He is a member of the Texas Association of Licensed Investigators, the National Association of Investigative Specialists, the California Association of Licensed Investigators, the Florida Association of Licensed Investigators, and INTELLENET.

He specializes in matters of personal injury, car crash, wrongful death, background checks, surveillance, product liability, undercover, wage hour violations and more.

We operate 24/7/365 to investigate and solve your case. Our office operates under standard business hours.

Solving your case and keeping your information private is our top priority. Talk to us to find out more.

There are actions private investigators cannot take. By law, investigators cannot obtain cell phone records through pre-texting, wiretap and pose as police officers.

Yes of course! References available upon request.

Please start with a text message or email and we will follow up with a phone call and go from there.

Yes and we’ll most likely work with anyone on your team. Please make sure they know you have contacted us. Your attorney needs to be on the same page and understand what we are doing for your case.


Unfortunately no. It is important to go into this knowing you may not be satisfied with the results of our investigation because there are many factors involved. A private investigator’s job is to discover the truth and you might not like the truth, you might not be satisfied with it. Occasionally, the truth is not always what you were hoping for but we will do our job to present you with the evidence.

Anyone can hire a private investigator, even businesses. It’s very common for law firms, insurance companies and private citizens to retain our services. People hire private investigators to find out the truth. Although reasoning may be different in each case, the client is seeking specific information that they would be unable to acquire on their own or they require a third party opinion. A pi is able to fill in the missing pieces.

Call or email us for a free consultation so we can gather all the information we need to solve your case.

Depending on the specifics of the case and the details involved it could range from a day to several months. This is why we recommend calling or emailing for a free consultation to discuss your specific needs.

It depends on several important factors like time, resources required and the depth of work we need to accomplish. We’ll give you a more accurate estimate during your consultation.

Private investigators offer a variety of services to their clients. Law firms may gather information about parties or witnesses in civil or criminal cases by hiring a private investigator like us. Insurance companies often retain our services to investigate suspicious claims. Private parties (people) may hire private investigators to find missing people, complete surveillance on spouses or unearth hidden assets to enforce a judgment. Field work consists of conducting interviews and completing surveillance work. Once complete, we might create detailed reports that describe our findings and we might testify in court depending on what is required of us.

As part of our surveillance and other services, private investigators may use a variety of technological devices. The rules regarding the use of different devices vary by jurisdiction, so some items may not be used in certain locales. Private investigators may use binoculars, extension lens, digital cameras, hidden cameras and night vision cameras. They may also use debugging equipment, recording devices and tracking equipment. A van or other vehicle may also be outfitted with surveillance equipment.

We’ve got all of the right equipment to get your job done correctly.