Companies, insurance firms, and those located in Brooklyn Heights, NYC that are in need of a private eye don’t have to look very far. North American Investigations have highly-skilled private investigators can gather the information that you need to verify your suspicions. Once there has been any development in your case, we’ll be sure to contact you immediately. North American Investigations always puts our clients first!
What North American Investigations Can Do for You
When you need professional surveillance done in your area or need to check your suspicions regarding your spouse, North American Investigations has got you covered. Our agents are capable of gathering data, which will lead you to the answers you seek. You can contact us at any time of the day, since we operate on a 24/7 basis. Depending on your situation, we can use any one of these investigative procedures:
- Criminal investigations
- Insurance investigations
- Fraud investigations
- Background investigations
- Child custody investigations
- Missing persons’ & skip tracing
- Additional services
If the need arises, we may also bring your case to the local, national, or international level.
Private Eyes around Your Area
If you’re interested in hiring NAI’s reliable private eyes, don’t hesitate to call us. Should you decide to hire us, you’ll be able to have a one-on-one consultation with our Chief Investigator, Darrin Giglio. This meeting will allow you to get an inside look on what we can do for your case. There is no penalty should you decide not to attend this meeting; it is non-obligatory and free of charge.
About Brooklyn Heights
Brooklyn Heights is one of the affluent neighborhoods in Brooklyn, New York. Originally referred to as Brooklyn Village, Brooklyn Heights is noted for its numerous brownstone rowhouses and low-rise architecture – most of which are built prior to the Civil War. And according to the census that was held in 2010, Brooklyn Heights is home to about 20,256 people.
The streets in Brooklyn Heights are named after the neighborhood’s prominent figures. There is Adams Street, named after the second President of the United States, John Adams. Fulton Street and Old Fulton Street, a name that refers to Robert Fulton, who introduced the steam ferry service between Brooklyn Heights and Manhattan. And Tillary Street, which was named after Dr. James Tillary, who worked on finding a cure for yellow fever.