In today’s world, not a day passes by without someone posting a picture or update on their social media account on Facebook, Twitter, or Youtube. While this is great for keeping up to date with what friends and family are doing, it can be detrimental if you’re pursuing a personal injury claim.
It’s no secret that suffering any kind of personal injury can be life-altering and can cause serious financial hardships. Some would even consider it as a common practice to post something on social media to ask friends for help or advice. The itch to log into your social media profiles might seem unavoidable, but personal injury lawyers have a certain word of warning, especially if you’re pursuing compensation from an injury.
The Defense Want to See
The rise in social media use has prompted new challenges during legal battles, with lawyers realizing the potential benefits of being able to see the social media profiles of the accuser. Even if your profiles are set to private, there are still ways for the defense to have a look at what’s been posted. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2pPiViS