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Attention to details and getting the job done!
If the spelling of the street name is slightly off, or there is some other defect in the address, the Sheriff will most likely return the documents as address not found. Something as minor as having two letters transposed could cause the Sheriff to give up. Our servers use logic and the power of Internet databases to help us find the correct address. All address are skip traced prior to going out.
There is no question that a private process server can get the job done quickly. Our team of professional process servers allows us to accommodate requests quickly. Most standard attempts are made within 24-48 hours, and same day service is available.
The element of surprise!
When the sheriff shows up at a home or office, there is no question about what he is doing. The seasoned litigant will know what is coming and may avoid service. Our professional looking process servers have the element of surprise on their side and may be able to serve someone the sheriff cannot.
Accessibility and ease of use!
It is often times difficult to determine service status with the Sheriff’s Office. You will waste valuable time checking with the Sheriff’s Office or the clerk of the court to determine if service has been effected. One quick phone call or login to our database and you will know exactly where your service stands.
PISolutions understands that many attorneys have a good rapport with their current process server & are satisfied with their service. In that case, we would be happy to work on a contiguous basis to help get the outstanding evasive cases successfully located and served. We give quotes over the phone with no hidden fees and all costs are included in your flat rate. All charges are inclusive of notarized affidavits and standard return mailing fees.
WHY CHOOSE PROCESS SERVER vs SHERIFF?
All of our serves are entered and maintained through our web based tracking software. The software is an application that allows process servers and their clients to efficiently communicate and collaborate. Whether you have 5 serves or 5,000 serves per month, we provide an interface where you can upload a new case, track your current cases & receive real time updates as attempts & notes are made.
During the life of the job, the client will be kept abreast of the status of their serves via automated notifications or by logging in to the database as well as the email notifications. After the job is complete the process server will upload the affidavit, which the client can download. We make it so you can track your serve every step of the way, as well as communicate with your process server.
All of our servers are equipped with a hidden camera that will retrieve face to face video and audio footage. There is also a car dash camera that will pick up on surveillance of the surrounding area of the residence while conducting the serve. All footage is recorded in HD and kept on file for a minimum of one year.
GPS coordinates of the location the serve is being attempted at is also documented on the AOS.
WE ARE TRUSTED MEMBERS OF SERVENOW
We serve upon individuals, law enforcement officers, law firms & attorneys, various companies, banks, authorized agents, registered agents, and appropriate authoritative bodies. All serves will include a skip trace report that provides address history for last 25+ years, possible telephone numbers, relatives, associates, date of birth and social security number - at no additional charge.
WHAT SEPARATES US FROM THE REST?
WE SPECIALIZE IN EVASIVE SERVES
PISolutions specializes in process service. Handling hard to serve & evasive cases is what we do best. We have a well trained staff that will provide prompt, decisive response to your needs. We are a reputable company with a referral based clientele.
We serve summons and complaints, subpoenas, restraining orders and all other types of court documents. We will pick up the documents, as well as file affidavits with the courthouse.