Kentucky private investigator firm K.T.M.I. Incorporated is a licensed, insured, professional P.I. firm located in Eddyville, Kentucky. As a private investigator in Kentucky, the lead private detective for K.T.M.I. Incorporated, Billy Ray Coursey, has been offering confidential, professional Kentucky private investigator services since 1996. While our company’s main Kentucky private investigator is based in Kentucky, we can meet your investigative needs in several other states including: Indiana Private Investigator, Tennessee Private Investigator, Illinois Private Investigator, and Ohio Private Investigator.
Who Hires a Kentucky Private Investigator?
Kentucky law firms, corporations, insurance companies, private parties, and individuals hire a Kentucky private investigator like K.T.M.I. Incorporated when they need someone to undertake an investigation.
What Does a Kentucky Private Investigator Do?
Clients secure the services of a Kentucky private investigator for a number of reasons. One of the most common requests we receive is from clients who want us to follow someone suspected of deceit. Often, our clients are corporations and insurance companies who have employees or claimants suspected of fraud. K.T.M.I.’s private investigators use high resolution digital video cameras during surveillance and provide detailed written narratives to give our clients the information they need to make informed decisions. Since 1996, the private detectives of K.T.M.I. Incorporated have saved our clients millions of dollars by helping them avoid payout of fraudulent claims.
A Kentucky private investigator would also be used by individuals who have questions and need answers so that they can make informed decisions. We routinely follow spouses suspected of infidelity. Did you know just the suspicion of infidelity can introduce problems in a marriage? Our Kentucky private investigators employ a combination of traditional video surveillance, GPS tracking technology, and covert specialty cameras to gather information for our clients. If you need a private investigator in Kentucky for infidelity surveillance, you can know that K.T.M.I. Incorporated is an experienced, trusted private investigator firm.
Do Kentucky Private Investigators Need a License?
Yes, but it hasn’t always been that way. Kentucky private investigator Billy Ray Coursey, owner and senior private investigator for K.T.M.I. Incorporated, is a founding member of the Kentucky Private Investigator’s Association (K.P.I.A.). In the late 1990’s, Mr. Coursey lobbied Kentucky legislators to establish a code of ethics for professionalism in the Kentucky private investigator industry. If you are searching for a private investigator in Kentucky, protect yourself by asking for verification of licensure and insurance. It is also a good idea to ask Kentucky private investigators how long they have been in business. In this industry, longevity is an indicator of success, and Mr. Coursey has been a private investigator industry leader in Kentucky since 1996.
Kentucky Private Investigator Service Area
Our private detectives and associates can professionally undertake your investigation in Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. You have a choice in private investigative firms, and you should know that many national firms will charge you more and will manage your case from hundreds of miles away. Our private investigators are local and understand the demands of surveillance conducted in rural areas. At the same time, we have a tremendous success rate in larger cities and towns such as Louisville, Lexington, and Nashville.
What to Expect When You Call a Kentucky Private Investigator
When you call us, you will speak with our most senior private investigator about the details of your case. We are easy to reach, and we are easy to talk with, and your consultation is completely free. We value your privacy, and we pledge discretion in handling the details of your case. You can use our secure contact form to reach us, or call 270-559-3868 if you believe you need a private investigator in Kentucky.