Social Media Use and How It Can Impact Your Personal Injury Claim

Social Media Icons On Phone

According to AdWeek, 65% of adults in the United States use social media and the percentage continues to rise. As many of you know, social media websites are a great way to keep in touch and share views, photos, and experiences.  After being injured it is understandable why some people want to share the details of their injury on social media with family and friends.  However, it is best to think twice before doing so.  What you share can have a negative impact on your personal injury claim.

What to Do After Suffering a Personal Injury

Woman with inured arm receiving treatment

The term “personal injury” refers to the area of the law that lets you get a legal solution for losses stemming from an accident or other incidents where someone else’s carelessness or intentional conduct caused you to become injured.

The majority of personal injury actions result from automobile accidents, according to the American Bar Association.  In addition to vehicle accidents, most common personal injury cases are:

·         Medical malpractice

·         Workplace accidents

Signs of Nursing Home Abuse and How to Protect the Elderly

patient in nursing home

Nursing homes are places where many of us take our precious loved ones to be well taken care of and professionally treated as they age or for health reasons. When loved ones cannot care for themselves at the facilities, we put our full faith and trust in nursing home facility providers.  Unfortunately, sometimes that trust is misplaced and that professional care is not provided to them.


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