The W/C payer is a government entity, not insurance. If they are getting surveillance of this patient, it is because they have reason to believe that his injuries are not valid workplace injuries. Personally I would document everything and include it in my files. I would also check all documentation against the BWC rules of your state to be sure they won't be requesting a refund of previous payments they have made.
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