Using Surveillance Evidence in Personal Injury Claims - An Update
Surveillance has become a frequent feature in injury litigation, where insurers try to identify claimants who are exaggerating their symptoms or simply being outright fraudulent, while genuine claimants risk being caught on a ‘good day’ and left with the burden of proving often life changing effects, caused by their injuries.
The battleground between opposing parties’ experts has seen the rise in the covert and open recording of medical examinations.
This webinar will examine current practices and provide an overview of current case law, as well as a summary of the rules regarding disclosure of surveillance and covert evidence.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- Current practices and tactics adopted in injury litigation
- A summary of the rules relating to disclosure of covert evidence
- What the court has said in the leading cases
- The balance of interests and implications for claimants and defendants
This webinar was recorded on 21st October 2020