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Don't Post About Your Injury on Social Media

While it may feel like second nature to share the details of your injury on social media, it is absolutely advised against to do so. This is so for a number of important reasons, the primary one being the lack of privacy of anything you post online. Even if you feel you trust your friends implicitly, you cannot be sure what you post will not be found by the opposition and thus used against you. No matter the context in which you post about your injury or accident, the responsible party’s legal team will be able to take your post and find an angle to make you look somewhat responsible for what has happened.

In fact, when it comes to anything regarding your accident or injury, our team advises you to stay off social media until your case is resolved. Even if you post about other aspects of your life, it may come off as though your injury is not as bad as you say. Another reason why you should not post about your injury on social media is the comments and feedback you may receive from friends and loved ones. Even if these responses are innocent in nature, you cannot control how they will be perceived.

Contact Our Experienced & Skilled Sacramento Personal Injury Attorney Today

If you or a loved one has been injured at the hands of another, there is no time to waste in enlisting the services of a trusted Sacramento personal injury lawyer such as ours at Eliot Reiner, APLC. We are committed to helping our clients survive this challenging time with ease. We will work tirelessly to ensure you obtain the compensation you deserve for all you have suffered, focusing on covering costs for your medical bills, loss of work and wages, pain and suffering, and more.

If you are interested in speaking to a trusted member of our firm, you may do so by calling (916) 778-3228 today.

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