Can An Insurance Company Conduct Surveillance on Me?

Can An Insurance Company Conduct Surveillance on Me? Recently, CBC released an article about a woman who was placed under surveillance by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) as part of her claim for benefits after a job injury in 2015. This raises the question; if I am injured in a car accident, can my automobile insurer put me under surveillance? The … Continued

Deanna Gilbert Discusses Four Considerations For Surveillance and Facebook Evidence with Law Times

Deanna Gilbert in Law Times | by David Kitai | April 2, 2020

Deanna Gilbert Discusses Four Considerations For Surveillance and Facebook Evidence with Law Times On April 2, 2020, Thomson Rogers lawyer Deanna Gilbert discussed “Four considerations for surveillance and Facebook evidence” with David Kitai of the Law Times. In a recent case – Nemchin v. Green – the trial judge excluded surveillance and Facebook evidence and Deanna Gilbert broke down the implications of this decision into 4 major points for … Continued

Nemchin v. Green: A Refresher on the Use of Surveillance and Facebook

surveillance In the recent decision of Nemchin v. Green, [2019] ONCA 634 (CanLII), the Ontario Court of Appeal provided further guidance on the use of Schedule B documents including surveillance and Facebook at the trial of a personal injury action.  The Plaintiff in Nemchin alleged to suffer from disabling PTSD arising from a motor vehicle crash, … Continued