- April 11, 2014
- In insurance
If you were involved in an accident and filed a claim with the insurance company, there is always a chance that the carrier is watching you, especially if they are skeptical about the legitimacy of your injury claims. In fact, it has become a trend for insurance carriers to turn to social media to snoop on their claimants.
Below are three common signs that the insurance company has hired an investigator to watch you:
- Strange vehicles are parked near your house, place of employment, or places that you frequently visit such as the grocery store, bank and restaurant.
- The same person shows up in multiple locations and continues to follow about 8 to 10 feet behind you.
- Your emails, website accounts and computer has been hacked.
Steps to Take If You Suspect Surveillance
If you suspect that the insurance company is watching you, your Los Angeles personal injury lawyer may advise you to:
Be careful of what you post on your social media accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. You should also monitor what your friends are posting or tweeting about you.
Contact your lawyer immediately.
Call your local law enforcement and inform them that you are being followed.
Contact an Experienced Lawyer
If you have any questions or suspect that the at-fault party’s insurance company may be watching you, you should immediately consult the experienced Los Angeles personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Samer Habbas. We have experience in dealing with insurance company video surveillance.
For more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our attorneys, please call us at toll free at 888.848.5084.
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