i worry not about any camera or video, i'll even pose for them. it is well documented that i have a legit problem, with a paper trail as long as I-95 from the north down to the south. the camera's usually start rolling, when the person is later supposedly clear to go back to work, but claims he is still in pain. that's when insurance fraud comes into play. the lawyer's office knows about my need for an operation, and he will push that it get's done, the nurse case manager (for the insurance company), is working on my behalf as well, and she will push the insurance company as well.. i'd still want a second opinion though, and if the second opinion say's that all i need is steroid injections, then that quack will be put to rest, as a previous quack was. but if an operation is warranted, then i will stick to the first neurosurgeon.