5 Tips to Prevent Social Media From Damaging Your Case

You hit publish and watch your post go live on social media. Now it’s time to sit back and enjoy the dopamine burst that a handful of likes inspires over a seemingly “innocent” post. But did you know that sharing details about a potential legal scenario on your favorite social network could be a costly mistake?  We’re in an age where social networks hold the promise of connection. The Pew Research Center says roughly 70 percent of Americans are on at least one social media network. Less than 15 years ago, only 5 percent of Americans had an online profile, which makes the growth ast
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Social Media and Lawsuits

Our online presences are public and that the things we put up online can never really be removed. No one wants private photos or information made public. However, even seemingly innocent information can cause big trouble if you’re involved in a personal injury lawsuit. What’s the problem with social media? You might think twice about posting racy pictures online, but not about a picture of you smiling with your friends, right? How about a picture of a delicious meal you just cooked? How about tweeting a funny joke? It seems harmless. However, insurance companies are spending big bucks
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