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Jamieson v Kapashesit: A Reminder of the Consequences of Late Disclosure of Surveillance

Jamieson v Kapashesit: A Reminder of the Conseq...

Written By: Bryan Sansom and William Harding, Student-at-Law In personal injury cases, the use of video surveillance to discredit a plaintiff’s injuries is a common tactic employed by insurance companies. The goal is to capture the plaintiff on video performing an action or activity that is inconsistent with their stated injuries. While video can be used to help eliminate fraudulent...
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