Video Surveillance Analysis for High Value Personal Injury Claims – 18th May Training

Video Surveillance Analysis for High Value Personal Injury Claims

Presented by Jeffrey Simm at Dontbewatched Ltd

Thursday 18 May 11.00am – 12pm

With registration from 10.45am

The use of surveillance to prove or disprove honesty; Jeffrey Simm, expert surveillance operative from www.dontbewatched.com will cover:

*   An industry insight into how the world of surveillance works

*   The benefits and the pitfalls

*   What to look for when video evidence is received

*   Fundamental dishonesty (Claimants)

*   Fundamental dishonesty (Surveillance Operatives)

*   Landmark ruling Samson v ali

*   Landmark ruling Hayden v NHS

Dontbewatched Ltd are regularly called as expert witnesses to give opinion on contested third party gathered video evidence that is being presented in Court.  Their detailed examination of the evidence has revealed manipulation of film, selective filming methods, biased editing, human rights breaches, trespass, intrusion and other non-permissible conduct.

At Atherton Godfrey Offices, 8 Hall Gate, Doncaster, DN1 3LU

Please email Doncaster and District Law Society training officer Asia Munir ona.munir@athertongodfrey.co.uk to book a place.

This course is offered free of charge to Doncaster and District Law Society Members and £25 to non-members (please note that annual membership fees for Solicitors are only £50 and £30 for other legal professionals!). For membership enquiries please contact membership officer Angela Sandhal ona.sandhal@athertongodfrey.co.uk