How to tell if someone has passed away when you’re hired as a Private Investigator to work a case.



It’s not uncommon for a client to hire a Private Investigator to find out if a person has died.

This is not as easy as it seems because the client has tried all the easy stuff before hiring you!

But, in this week’s Private Investigator training video I do have a list of some of my sources and methods for finding out if a person is dead.

1. SSMDI

The Social Security Master Death Index.

2. County Board of Health

3. State Bureau of Vital Statistics

4. Interviews

Committed to your success,
Larry Kaye,
Private Investigator &
Best Selling Author

P.S. – If you like resources like this, my previously invitation only Public Records Mini-Course is open to the public so now you can learn about criminal records history, divorce records, OSINT sources and methods and other skip tracing and background check secrets use by professional investigators!

No restricted databases.

No one telling you you don’t qualify fro access because you don’t have a P.I. license with the state!

No lies or pretexts needed!

Just rock solid sources and methods to get the information you need.

Private Investigators use a variety of sources and methods to find people and do background checks including liberal use of public records.

Private Investigators use a variety of sources and methods to find people and do background checks including liberal use of public records.

You can learn more about my Public Records Mini-Course at

Or at:

Committed to your success,
Larry Kaye,
Private Investigator &
Best Selling Author

P.S. – Don’t miss my special report, If You Want to be a Private Investigator Give Up… Unless you Do These Three Things. You can get it for free on the home page of my blog at

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  1. Eye Investigations says:

    Does not apply in Australia ! Hi Larry !

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