Activity Checks

A form of on-site surveillance that's used to gather evidence

Activity checks are a form of surveillance that are conducted to investigate whether a claimant’s activities match up to his claim.

This may include stops at a claimant’s location to determine the nature of his or her activities, or to have conversations with people who are familiar with the claimant’s activities. Because activity checks are lower cost than surveillance, they are often used to determine if more in-depth surveillance is needed. An activity check will attempt to answer the following types of questions:


Activity checks are an effective way to establish basic information about a claimant in a more cost-effective manner. SLI is committed to helping clients obtain the information they need.