What a Client May Expect
About Dan Haser
Comfortable at interviewing persons from all walks of life, Dan Haser maintains objectivity as he engages witnesses, victims, and subjects in conversations with a purpose. He pores over documents, in an effort to corroborate or disprove witness statements. When the facts of an investigation call for the assistance of a second investigator or for an outside expert to be consulted, he reaches out to those colleagues in his professional network of former FBI Special Agents and detectives who are licensed private investigators or certified in forensic examinations. Mindful of both the client's budget and objectives, he keeps clients apprised of his findings on a timely basis.
Dan Haser retired from the FBI in 2010, after 23 years of service as a Special Agent. He spent the majority of his career on assignment at the Washington Field Office. During the last five years there, he investigated health care fraud committed against private carriers and Medicare by physicians, prescription drug diversion rings and durable medical equipment suppliers. He also led a mobile team of Special Agents in the Special Operations Group, which conducted physical surveillance in criminal cases. During prior assignments in Portland and New York City, he investigated general criminal matters, fraud against the U.S. Government and Russian organized crime.
In 2011, he became a licensed private investigator in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, PI #0685. He is a member of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Inc. and has served as Treasurer of its Pittsburgh Chapter. Prior to his FBI service, he earned a B.S. degree in accounting and is a former Certified Public Accountant in the State of Maryland.