Here's the Case Study from Complete Legal Services, Inc.:
The attorney represented a client who was seriously injured in a vehicle accident as the result of the defendant’s negligence. The coverage was limited. However, knowing that the driver’s home address was in a northeast resort town, the attorney suspected the adverse had additional assets. Her paralegal utilized a proprietary database to identify potential attachable assets and found nothing but the home address and the defendant’s vehicle, neither of which had a high value.
The attorney contacted CLI and provided us with a copy of her database report. On review, we determined that the report provided to the attorney contained much less information than was available to licensed investigators (see companion article, “Don't Always Trust a Database Report”). We obtained our own database report and researched public records to identify another property not disclosed in the attorney’s report. This property appeared to be a second home in Florida, which was not homesteaded.
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