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Rocky Mountain Investigations has been providing people with excellent service across the state of Colorado. Our investigators have learned over the years of performing services such as skip tracing, locating missing persons, surveillance, civil, accident, and criminal interviews.

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11 hires on Bark
16 min response time

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19 August 2021

Private Investigators

It was a pleasure to work with Justin Camellia. He treated me with respect and empathy when I hired him to find my estranged son


Services can be provided in several types of methods, it depends on the client's requests, needs, and the scope of the job details. Rocky Mountain Investigations has the capabilities to adapt our operations to the needs of the client.


Rocky Mountain Investigations provides high-quality process servers who work with organizations, corporate legal departments, solo and small firm lawyers, and individuals. We handle high volume serves and individual cases with the same attention to detail, making us the right process serving company for everyone. With our attention to detail and commitment to professionalism, we ensure your documents are properly prepared, legally serve the recipient, and provide a notarized affidavit of service.

Rocky Mountain Investigations has been providing people with excellent service across the state of Colorado. Rocky Mountain Investigations offers many types of investigations, including accident investigations, infidelity/cheating investigations, criminal defense investigations, skip tracing, asset location. All our investigations are highly detailed and can be used to support court activities.

Rocky Mountain Investigations Forensic accounting department utilizes accounting, auditing, and investigative skills to conduct an examination into the finances of an individual or business. Forensic accounting provides an accounting analysis suitable to be used in legal proceedings. Forensic accountants are trained to look beyond the numbers and deal with the business reality of a situation. Forensic accounting is frequently used in fraud and embezzlement cases to explain the nature of a financial crime in court.