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Studies show that around 77 percent of Americans have at least one social media profile. Many people who use social media post personal details about their lives, but doing so after an accident can cost you.
Insurance companies are always looking for ways to reduce or deny victims’ claims after they suffer injuries. One way they do that is by claiming that victims’ injuries aren’t serious or by using their own statements against them. Another way they do this is by looking at victims’ post-accident social media activity. Posts such as post-accident photos and status updates can give insurance companies plenty of evidence to use against victims when they file claims for compensation.
At Nurenberg Paris, our Ohio auto accident lawyers know that insurance adjusters use every resource at their disposal to prevent victims from getting the full damages they deserve. Social media is just one of many tools in their arsenal, and it’s important to be aware of how adjusters use it when building their own claims against victims:
The insurance company begins building a case against you the moment they learn about your crash. At Nurenberg Paris, our legal team is here to protect you from the insurance company’s schemes and tricks, and we want to help you avoid mistakes that can potentially harm your claim. Call us today for a free consultation.
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