Long term disability insurance companies spend millions of dollars annually to spy on their claimants. In conducting surveillance, the insurer wants to “catch” you performing activities that are inconsistent with your disability claim. If the insurer is successful, it will use the damaging surveillance as “evidence” to deny or terminate your long term disability benefits – saving the company money in the process.
The insurance companies see surveillance as a worthwhile investment to increase the company’s profitability. Unfortunately, it works. Every year, the insurance companies save money by denying thousands of long term disability claims based on evidence obtained during surveillance.
How far will the insurance company go to spy on you? You might be surprised. Learn the top 10 sneaky surveillance tactics used by long term disability insurance companies below.