Many people want to know if the insurance company will spy on them over the course of their particular case. This spying commonly occurs when the insurance company believes you may be exaggerating an injury.

If you give an insurance company reason to be suspicious, it is possible that they will try to follow you and investigate a claim. During cases, insurance companies have been known to try to obtain evidence that an injury claim is false. They may collect evidence through video proof or through interviewing friends or neighbors on a claimants activities.

How can you avoid problems with spying?  Always be truthful and straightforward with your lawyer and insurance company.

This information and much much more can be learned about in Ben’s consumer guide, The Five Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Injury Claim.  Claim a free copy of this book by clicking this link, and take the next step to resolving your case.

If you are in need of representation for a car accident or personal injury case, feel free to contact the offices of Ben Glass at (703)584-7277

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