Two women were awarded an $18.5 million verdict by a Texas jury for injuries sustained when the Greyhound bus they were riding flipped over while the driver was talking on his cell phone. That verdict included an $11.6 million award to a plaintiff represented by Ron McCallum of the Law Offices of Ted Lyon in Mesquite, Texas, whom
The five largest U.S. banks – and thousands of their consumer and business customers – were targets of phone-based phishing fraud in the second half of 2011. In total, the attacks targeted 30 of the 50 biggest banks in the nation.
New York is the state with the most potential victims, with over 22,000 of these so-called “vishing” (voice-call phishing) incidents
Some employers are demanding that job seekers provide their Facebook passwords as part of their employment application. Is this a smart step in pre-emptive security or simply a coercive hiring practice?
In this context, it’s worth noting that social network profiles can be deeply data-mined without having the user password. Private investigators routinely –
Growing controversies and numerous lawsuits have resulted from the recent boom in domestic oil and gas drilling. Today’s energy industry faces increased scrutiny from landowners, investors, insurers, lenders, environmentalists, and regulators.
The uptick in multi-million-dollar claims pertaining to environmental damages, landowner rights, and securities fraud coincides with a growing need for qualified investigators, observes Beacon director John Powers
The majority of Beacon’s senior investigators are former FBI Special Agents or former law enforcement officers with specialized training and expertise. Beacon’s field investigators in each state are supported by our internal investigative team at our corporate headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. Beacon is fully licensed, bonded and insured in 45 states. From Sacramento to New York City, no other private investigation firm can provide the same breadth and depth of