- Identifies high-risk candidates
- Reveals claims external to the criminal justice system
- Can influence employment decisions
Non-criminal lawsuits filed by or against an individual can bring to light a variety of factors, such as breach of contract, personal injury claims, domestic disputes, property claims, tax liens and bankruptcies. Cases may be related to or filed in conjunction with criminal charges when someone other than law enforcement or the government claims wrongdoing.
Unlike credit reports, evidence of disproportionate income to expense indicated on a civil record can be more liberally used to influence employment decisions.
Following FCRA regulation, our researchers work diligently to identify and verify all records matching your applicant before reporting the case. Records may include filing and receiving parties, relevant dates, judgment and settlement details or listed remedies as available in the case file. In the instance of a settlement, specific details may be under seal.
SSN Verification & Address History