While going through the claims process for compensation after a personal injury, you should be careful in your use of social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and even text messages ). Your posts could be shared in the courtroom to damage your case.
Frequently, after an injury, people post on social media that they are “okay” or “I’m doing well.” Although this is the type of thing said to reduce fears of others, your posts could be used as impeachment like you are admitting to a lesser injury than claimed. People injured should be extremely cautious with their social media posts, as well as how they communicate with friends and family while they have open personal injury claims. You shouldn’t delete your social media as this can create inferences but moving accounts to “private” temporarily may help.
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