In New York, the insurance companies fight cases brought against their insureds. Part of the way they do this is by videotaping surreptitiously people who claim to be injured. What they are looking for is videotape showing that you are doing things that you say you cannot do. It is no problem to be videotaped. The problem is if you lie about what you cannot do. However, since videotapes can be used in a deceiving way, it is important to tell your attorney if you believe somebody has been videotaping you, following you, or doing any kind of surveillance.
The Law Offices of Daniel A. Kalish proudly serves clients from White Plains, Westchester County, and the Bronx with quality legal representation regarding personal injuries, wrongful deaths, and legal malpractice. If you need our services, contact our White Plains law firm for a complimentary consultation.