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Very very helpful I found more information than any other company I called. Down to earth and and professional
Very happy with the way these guys do business would recommend them to anyone
Excellent Investigator! Highly Recommend!
Devin was so reassuring, helpful, informative, nice and put me completely at ease when I called him to investigate an issue I was having with my bank. He worked... read more
If I could leave a 10 star review I would! Devin is a great investigator and absolute pleasure to be around. He goes above and beyond expectations and never... read more
Devin gets the job done efficiently. Very professional and easy to talk to.
Devin has been so hands on with my issues since I no longer live in the area and needed some important court documents delivered in a timely manner. He has... read more
Bitterroot Investigations did an excellent job on a surveillance assignment for our company. Highly recommended to anyone in our field related to SIU.
Excellent, detailed and customer service oriented. Highly recommend!
The information they obtained helped me win my case. I’m very happy with the outcome and would recommend them to anyone in Montana looking for a PI.
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I used their services to locate and serve documents to someone who was evading service. I'm pleased to say that within a couple of days the documents were served.
Frequently Asked Questions
Bitterroot Investigations is exempt from Montana surveillance laws and licensed to conduct investigations and therefor can legally follow someone from their residence and place to place. Surveillance is our primary service. We conduct surveillance 7 days a week, every day of the year. Our skilled surveillance investigators can follow your spouse or child’s co-guardian during their activates. You can click the following link and look at section 3 to see that a licensed private investigator in Montana is exempt from criminal action regarding surveillance.
45-5-223. Surreptitious visual observation or recordation — place of residence — public place — exceptions. (1) A person commits the offense of surreptitious visual observation or recordation in a place of residence if the person purposely or knowingly hides, waits, or otherwise loiters in person or by means of a remote electronic device within or in the vicinity of a private dwelling house, apartment, or other place of residence.
(3) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to a law enforcement officer, an agent or employee of an insurer, or a private investigator licensed pursuant to 37-60-301 or to any person engaged in fraud detection, prevention, or prosecution pursuant to 2-15-2015 or 39-71-211 while the officer, agent, employee, or private investigator is acting in the course and scope of employment for legitimate investigative purposes.