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Facebook, Twitter and other social media can affect the outcome of your claim.

Social medial is now reaching
into almost every home, and is still growing rapidly. It has now become one of
the insurance industry easiest ways to find information that can harm a case.

With nearly everyone
in America with a Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or other social media
account. The insurance industry is now using this information to use against
anyone making a claim.

For example, a injured
person was in a an auto accident and moments after the accident they post
pictures of the mangled cars. They boast that they escaped without a scratch,
Only to wake up the next morning realizing like most people that they can't
move their neck. The damage has already been done. The insurance company can
use this to say that the injured party wasn't hurt.

A parent runs out on
the field forgetting their pain, when their child collides with another on the
soccer field. Another parent catches this act in a picture and posts it to
their account with a tag mentioning the name of the parent rushing out to get
their child. The damage is done. Again the insurance company use this to limit
their payout.

Days later the driver realizes how his boast could effect his claim,
so he deletes the post.This may be considered spoliation of evidence by a court. If a motion is brought to show that a person deliberately destroyed any evidence in a case.

Talk with an Attorney they can guide you through your case from the begining to the end.

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