At Duncan Investigations Inc., we act for major corporations and insurance companies to employ a special team of investigators with years of surveillance experience to follow our target and put them under surveillance for a number of days. We conduct surveillance in order to determine the authenticity of an injury or sickness claim. Our primary goal is to detect and identify false, misleading or exaggerated personal injury claims by means of a video surveillance investigation. We also interview residents, neighbors, previous employers and carry out activity and reference checks.
We handle all types of fraud; such as: exaggerated personal injuries, sickness, short and long-term disability, general liability, worker’s compensation and abuse.
Our surveillance equipment is the state of the art technology. We employ the following types of equipment:
Mobile Surveillance Video Dash Camcorders:
- Superior Video Quality: record at full 1080p, full HD and 30fps with zoom in features and night vision.
- Front and rear view recording, wide-angle of view;
- WiFi Connectivity to view the clips on our iPhone wirelessly and send to our clients immediately, if time is of essence;
- Date and time stamped;
- Built-in GPS to view the full mapping data of the video footage, as well as speed;
- Parking mode recording;
- MP4 video format.
Foot surveillance Body Video Cameras:
- Our body video cameras are equipped with full 2.7 HD Resolution and video sensors with night vision capability with date and time stamped video footage.
- Video images capture clear shots of faces, vehicles and license plate numbers.
Wearable Hidden Button Video Cameras:
When we are conducting foot surveillance in the public domain, we use our small pin hole cameras that records high quality video images with sound activation, if necessary, and date and time stamp.
Our investigators have a combined total of more than 60 years of mobile and foot surveillance experience.. Our reports are meticulous. We are extremely knowledgeable with respect to the provincial and federal privacy legislation, criminal code legislation, common-law and the Private Investigators and Security Guards Act.