Can insurance companies obtain video footage?
Insurance companies can be VERY aggressive
They will search high and low for video evidence that could help them decrease the settlement amount. It goes without saying that you need to be upfront and honest about everything that happened with the accident and the extent of your injuries.
Can insurance companies use surveillance?
Insurance Companies Can Legally Surveil You
As long as insurance companies do not enter your home or business, they are allowed to conduct surveillance on you. Often, an adjuster or insurance investigator will begin surveillance after the injury victim has been deposed and explains the limitations of the injury.
Why do insurance companies do surveillance?
Broadly speaking, insurance surveillance is the practice of insurance companies hiring investigators to gather information that seeks to: Discredit insurance claims. Compel claimants to drop the claim. Lessen the compensation that is owed.