Infidelity

Infidelity

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Background Checks

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Child Custody

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Criminal

Do You Suspect Insurance Fraud?

KNOW FOR SURE WITH A SOUTH CAROLINA INVESTIGATOR FROM CONWAY, SC SERVING MYRTLE BEACH AND SURROUNDING AREAS

Do you suspect an individual is lying about an injury? Let Premier Investigations and Process Service, LLC get to the bottom of any suspicious situation related to a disability or workers compensation filing. Our investigator can provide vigilant surveillance of an individual to determine the truth about an insurance claim.

Need a Document Handed Off?

HIRE OUR INVESTIGATOR FOR YOUR MYRTLE BEACH, SC AND SURROUNDING AREAS PROCESS SERVICE

Do you need a legal document presented to an individual in South Carolina? Premier Investigations and Process Service can deliver any of the following:


  • Subpoenas
  • Civil actions
  • Claim and delivery notices
  • Summons
  • Complaints


We also offer:


  • Emergency/rush service completed within 24 hours
  • Weekend & after hours process service
  • Out of county process service
  • Process service completed at job sites


You'll receive email alerts for each completed service so you know when the job is done. 

3 Reasons to Choose Premier

FOR YOUR PRIVATE INVESTIGATION IN THE CONWAY, MYRTLE BEACH, AND SURROUNDING AREAS

Do you need reliable information for a personal, professional or legal matter? Here are three reasons to choose Premier Investigations and Process Service:

Experience

Our private investigator offers more than 25 years of law enforcement experience to clients throughout Horry County, South Carolina and surrounding areas.

Versatility

Premier Investigations and Process Service is ready to take on criminal defense investigations, child custody and divorce cases, background checks, insurance fraud surveillance and process services.

Direct Support

Our private investigators in Myrtle Beach, Horry County, SC, and surrounding areas, can offer you direct one-on-one investigative services.

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COVID-19 Process Server Safety Policy

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      The following policies outline the safety requirements of all process servers in the field.

      Before the Serve
      Prior to serving, process servers will assess their own health by taking their temperature and monitoring potential recent exposure. If a server is experiencing symptoms or feeling sick, they are not permitted to serve. Servers must also ensure that their cars, documents, and hands are properly sanitized.

      Making the Serve
      Here are the steps a process server must follow when conducting a serve:
      1.Put on a mask and ensure hands are sanitized and gloved.
      2.Knock on the door and retreat a minimum of six feet or as far as possible.
      3.Once the door opens, the server will request confirmation of residency and identity as normal except at a distance.
      4.If confirmed, the server will place the documents on the ground and identify them as legal documents.
      5.The process server will then retreat and observe the receipt of the documents from a distance of six feet or more.

      When it is an option, servers or our office staff will call the defendant ahead of time to make sure the recipient is comfortable with the procedure. Document recipients or defendants may also contact our office to discuss alternative ways for delivery that allows them to stay comfortable and safe.

      If a recipient refuses to come to the door, the server must confirm identity through the door and obtain a visual confirmation through a window. Once identified, the server will leave the documents by the door and retreat.

      Since these times are unprecedented and complicated, it is important to document what is being done differently in case someone challenges a serve later on.
      Therefore, our process servers will also carefully document their serves to avoid doubt about the validity of the serve if it is brought to court.