Employment & Insurance fraud Cases

Protection of evidence is critical.

A knowledgeable computer forensics professional will ensure that a subject computer system is carefully handled to ensure that:
No possible evidence is damaged, destroyed, or otherwise compromised by the procedures used to investigate the computer.
No possible computer virus is introduced to a subject computer during the analysis process.
Extracted and possibly relevant evidence is properly handled and protected from later mechanical or electromagnetic damage.
A continuing chain of custody is established and maintained.
Business operations are affected for a limited amount of time, if at all.
Any client-attorney information that is inadvertently acquired during a forensic exploration is ethically and legally respected and not divulged