Typical Yard Work

Claimant was employed as a driver for the insured. He was injured in a vehicular accident while performing work-related duties.

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Snow Season

Claimant placed on “no-work” status stemming from an unwitnessed slip and fall accident. Due to conflicting medical reports, the case for submitted for a 5-day remote surveillance investigation.

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Surveillance Supports the Claim

Claimant suffered from chronic low-back pain due to a lifting accident while performing work-related duties.

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An Evening Ride

Claimant not working and receiving LTD benefits due to CPS and Chronic Fatigue. Remote surveillance was authorized to document the claimant’s level of activity.

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No Use of Left Arm

Claimant was injured when his left arm was caught in the freezer door. He was given “No Work” restrictions. 8 months later, medical evidence suggested claimant could be malingering as he had not returned to work.

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HIGHLY Suspicious Claimant

Claimant was unable to return to work due to chronic back pain. Pain allegedly stemmed from a lower-back, workplace injury. Manned surveillance was terminated on day one due to the claimant’s EXTREMELY suspicious demeanor.

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