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The Facts About Personal Injury Claims and Surveillance

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We want to shed light on an important aspect of personal injury claims that many might not be aware of - surveillance by insurance companies.

Understanding the Surveillance Process

When you file a personal injury lawsuit for injuries sustained in an accident, insurance companies may employ private investigators to conduct surveillance on claimants. The purpose of this surveillance is to verify the legitimacy of the injuries you are claiming.

What to Expect During Surveillance

Observation: Investigators may discreetly watch and document your daily activities, such as going to work, running errands, or engaging in physical activities.

Photography: They may take photographs or videos of you as part of their evidence-gathering process.

Interviews: Investigators might also interview your friends, family members, or colleagues to gather information about your daily routines and activities.

Why Do Insurance Companies Use Surveillance?

Insurance companies use surveillance to protect their interests. They want to ensure that they are not paying for fraudulent claims or exaggerated injuries. While this is a standard practice, it's essential to remember that you have rights and protections in place during this process.

Your Rights and Legal Protections

If you are being surveilled by an insurance company, there are important points to remember:

Privacy: Investigators must conduct surveillance within the boundaries of the law. They cannot trespass on private property or invade your personal space.

Truthful Claims: If you have been honest about your injuries and activities, there is no need to be overly concerned about surveillance.

Legal Representation: Having an experienced attorney by your side is crucial during the entire personal injury claims process, including when dealing with surveillance.

We're Here to Protect Your Rights.

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