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Dangers of Social Media

In 2017 the average person spent over 2 hours a day on social media. If you are a person who posts a lot on your social media accounts, then its a possibility that you would post something about your recent accident and the injuries you have sustained.
You must remember that the internet is public record. That means anything you post can be used against you.
A number of interested parties will look at what you post.
1) The insurance company will look at any pictures you post to see if you are actually injured as you say.
2) The defense attorney will look at your posts.
3) A judge may also view to posts to check on your claims of injury.

It is best that you refrain from any posts that can incriminate you. You do not want to give anyone anything that can be harmful to your case. You can begin to post after your case is concluded.