Jason C. Rahoy


When Michael Fisher filed his workers’ compensation claim, he was unaware that his employer, Waste Management of Missouri, had been secretly videotaping his physical activities. Not surprisingly, the submission of the surveillance videotapes at Fisher’s compensation hearing significantly contributed to the reduction of his disability ruling. The admission of these surveillance videotapes is, subsequently, the focus of this Note. Specifically, this Note will examine the meaning of a “statement” under Missouri’s workers’ compensation law and the process through which an employee can obtain such statement prior to a compensation hearing.

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