Video tape of any activity within view of the public provides an accurate description of the physical capabilities of individuals performing daily tasks. The value of videotaped activities includes viewing by the treating physician, which may be in direct conflict with a person’s description of his/her limitations. In addition, there is obvious value when videotaped evidence is used for trials and hearings.
We make every effort, based on pre-surveillance investigation, to learn as much as we can so that a determination can be made as to the best time to capture activity on videotape. We vary the days and times when surveillance is conducted to provide a better, total picture of a person’s activities.
Our staff and network of investigators are diverse in terms of race, gender, age and background. This enables us to target and apply the best resources to each assignment.
Our investigators are equipped with an array of video equipment including hidden or body cameras that permit video inside a business or other public place. We also have a number of specialized surveillance vehicles to assist our investigators in remaining inconspicuous.
Our case coordinators insure that regular updates from the field investigators are secured in order to provide you with timely information every step of the way