The Outback was established in 1995 and currently holds active Private Investigation and Adjusting licenses. Its' founder, Leland W. Damner, has over 35 years field investigative experience in civil, criminal and business matters. He has also earned the CLEAR Certification awarding him the designation of National Certified Investigator/inspector.
Outback's highly versatile and experienced staff provides professional support and leadership to attorneys, insurance companies, public and private entities and individuals.
Our mission is to conduct investigations in a diligent, ethical, caring and timely manner with a focus on providing individuals, public and private entities superb support and leadership in business, civil and criminal cases. Without exception, every assignment, whether large or small, receives our highest level of competence.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Adjusting Services Civil & Criminal Services Locate/Background Services
Insurance Defense Licensure Enforcement Witness Locate Services
Public Entity Claims Fraud Investigation Asset Investigations
Multi-Line Insurance Due Diligence Juvenile & Record & Document
Adjusting Adult Case Investigation Locate Services
Risk Management Pretrial & Trial Support Criminal Backgrounds
Subrogation Full Scope Mitigation Pre-Employment Checks
Our clients expect complete confidentiality. We will not disclose any information concerning an investigation or client unless previously approved by the client or required under law.
We strive to approach each assignment with completé objectivity with the purpose of discovering the truth and servicing our Client without prejudice regardless of Defense or Prosecution status. Every assignment is reviewed before acceptance to insure no conflicting interest and should any conflict be discovered, full disclosure is assured.
CUSTOMIZED INVESTIGATIVE PLAN
In both civil and criminal preparation, we know that immediate documentation of evidence is critical in the preparation of your case. As such, we thoroughly discuss the case to develop a client approved investigative plan.
An investigative plan could include:
Case Evaluation Field Investigation Scene Reconstruction
Expert Witness Backgrounds, Criminal, & Mediation, Negotiation &
Evaluation Social Histories Settlement Conferences
Mitigating Factors Witness, Police, & Trial Presentation &
Identification Professional Interviews Assistance
Physical Evidence Public & Private Records Physical Evidence &
Preservation Examining Reliability Testing