The Latin phrase Sub-Rosa means "under the rose" and is used in English to denote secrecy or confidentiality, similar to the Chatham House Rule.
Fast forward to today and the word Sub-Rosa is used to describe surveillance or the secret act of watching a person or group.
A Sub-Rosa Investigation is one of the most powerful tools a claims professional has to build a case and document evidence. What stronger evidence than someone caught on film waterskiing hours before he or she was barely able to walk into a doctor’s or attorney’s office? Video that exposes claimants in unguarded moments will document their true physical limitations.
Our surveillance investigators are trained to handle any situation one may encounter when out in the field. Covert cameras allow our investigators to obtained quality video in tight confined quarters.