If you want to beat surveillance, let’s assume a few things first.
Let’s say you get hurt at your job and go on workers’ compensation (WC). And let’s also say that after you’re off work for a few days you start to enjoy not having to get up and go to work every morning. You get paid about two-thirds of your weekly paycheck for sitting on your behind. Occasionally, your employer makes you go to medical checkups and visits, but that’s it.
You like your new life.
What you don’t know is that your employer has hired a surveillance investigator to find out exactly what you are doing with this newfound free time.
There are tons of red flags that signal to an employer that a workers’ compensation claimant is fraudulent. To find out if an employee is abusing the system, employers hire private investigators to conduct surveillance to follow up on those suspicions.
We stake out your house, dig through your public records, and scour your social media posts for clues. We want to catch you, but you don’t want to get caught. You’ve become accustomed to your lifestyle.
Here’s how to get away with a workers’ compensation fraud and not get caught by a PI like me.