Workers Compensation Investigation in Southampton, NJ

This workers compensation investigation in Southampton, New Jersey focuses on a woman who claimed to be injured and unable to work. Her injuries do not appear to have impacted her ability to unload a vehicle or play fetch with her dog. Our objective was to determine her level of activity to see if she could in fact return to work.

SUBJECT: Jacqueline XXXXX of XXXX Drive Southampton, NJ.  White female, blonde hair 61 years of age. Subject drives Grey Chevrolet SUV NJ Plate XXX. There also is a Grey Mini-Van at the home with NJ Plate XXX.

SURVEILLANCE: 7/5/17 | WEATHER: Clouds/Rain 89

10:13 AM: Investigator arrives at XXXXX Drive Southampton, NJ. Home is a single family one story home with a brick front and gold siding with a single garage. Grey Chevrolet above is parked in drive way. The Grey mini-van is parked along the curb in front of home. Subject is not seen at this time. Investigator sets up for stationary surveillance.

10:24 AM: Subject leaves residence. Investigators position catches vehicle leaving residence. Investigator initiates mobile surveillance. Subject is driving and proceeds to a WaWa convenience store. Subject is observed exiting store and entering her vehicle. Subject is smoking a cigarette and shows no apparent discomfort getting into vehicle. She is wearing a red shirt, blue sweat pants and has her hair up in a ponytail. Subject leaves scene and Investigator initiates mobile surveillance.

10:48 AM: Subject then drives her vehicle to a Wells Fargo Bank. She exits vehicle and enters bank. She then exits bank and is seen bending over and picking something up off the ground. The subject shows no apparent discomfort in her movements. She leaves scene and Investigator initiates mobile surveillance.

11:33AM: Investigator observes subject arriving to an address: XXXX Drive Mt. Laurel, NJ. Subject is not seen entering address as Investigator positioned for stationary surveillance. Subject’s vehicle is observed in driveway of residence. Subject is then observed exiting residence via front door. Subject is seen taking items from the house to vehicle. She then removes items from her vehicle and carries into home. Subject again shows no apparent discomfort in her carrying action.

1:29 PM: There is no movement from the residence. Subject remains inside of residence. Investigator continues stationary surveillance.

2:05 PM Subject exits residence. She is seen carrying a couple items in her arms. She walks to vehicle. Again, subject shows no apparent discomfort in her actions. She then sits in her vehicle for over five minutes. There is no movement during this period. She then exits the scene. While on mobile surveillance subject pulls off onto shoulder of highway. Investigator has to continue driving as there was no action that could be taken with subject’s action. Investigator then returns to subject’s residence and her vehicle is in driveway. Investigator sets up for stationary surveillance.

Investigation Day 2

12:01 PM Subject is seen exiting residence via front door and walking to mailbox which is at the end of driveway. She retrieves the mail and walks up to front porch. She then exits investigators view of front porch. She then reenters camera and goes back inside residence. Subject moves with no apparent discomfort. Investigator continues stationary surveillance.


1:00 PM Subject returns outside to interact with white male believed to be her son. The male has a black dog that he takes out of the back of her truck. The subject is then seen outside for approximately fifteen minutes. She is seen bending over, throwing a dog toy for the dog to fetch and bring back. She is seen holding dogs leash and walking dog. Subject again shows no apparent discomfort. After interacting with male and dog subject returns back inside residence. Investigator continues stationary surveillance.

3:00 PM Investigator ends surveillance. Subject remains in residence. All vehicles present.