Insurance predictions 2018: Wearable tech leads to litigation

By Paul Dvorak Editor’s note: Ideally, sensors worn by wind techs could report on a variety of useful conditions surrounding the individual. A fatigue limit might be one useful future indicator. What could possibly go wrong with such sensors? Frederick J. Fein with law firm Clyde & Co. has a few ideas.
Fitness trackers and smart watches provide a new avenue for discovery of damages in litigation, and we’ve only just begun to see the possibilities for its use in the courtroom.
Frederick Fein
Collecting personal health data from wearable technology is increasingly simple as employers and health insurers are implementing incentive programs for employees

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