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How Social Media May Affect Your Georgia Car Accident Claim
After being involved in a car accident, it isn’t uncommon for friends and family members to message you to find out if you are okay. You may be tempted to post an update on social media to let everyone know what is happening.  Unfortunately, this can backfire. If you plan to file a lawsuit against the at-fault party, anything you post on social media can be used against you.  A smart way to avoid this situation is to avoid using social media completely until your accident case is settled. You can also ask your Georgia personal injury attorney about what you have to say before posting it.  While this is what you should do, it’s also important to understand how posting the wrong thing on social media may affect you.  The Types of Social Media Posts That May Hurt Your Accident Claim The other side (or at-fault party) can use any information that you post on social media and use it out of context against you. Even if you post a picture of something completely unrelated to the accident – like a photo of you walking your dog – it may be used to say that you are actually in good health or uninjured.  However, other types of posts will definitely hurt your case. These include: Apologizing: It is only natural to feel sympathy for everyone who was part of the accident. However, an insurance company may see your apology as an admission of fault. Conceding any level of fault: You may accidentally post information that implies you were partially or completely at fault, like that you missed a step and fell. If this happens, the other side may say you weren’t paying attention, so the accident and your injuries aren’t their faults.   Dismissing all or some of your injuries: If you want to prevent people from worrying about you, you may try to minimize how serious your injuries are on social media. However, the insurance company can use this to argue that you aren’t badly hurt.  Venting about the accident: You may want to vent your anger toward the driver that caused the accident. Doing this via social media may not benefit your case at all. The insurance company may say your claim is based on revenge or anger.  The Risks of Posting on Social Media After an Accident Even if you don’t think you are posting something that will impact your claim, insurance companies and defense attorneys may try to twist what you post to benefit them. For example, if you post something like “the other car appeared out of nowhere,” they may use this to say you weren’t paying attention and, therefore, you are partly at fault.  Also, if you post something that contradicts your statements, it can be extremely damaging to your case. Avoid any photos or videos of you staying active, traveling, and similar things during the accident claim.  Tips for Using Social Media After an Accident  After an accident, if you plan to continue using social media, some tips to help you avoid hurting your case include: Avoid oversharing Never accept a new friend or follow requests from someone you don’t know Refrain from posting anything until your case is closed (if possible) Never post photos or videos of you being active if you have stated your injuries have prevented you from working Avoid posting anything negative about the other people involved Contact a Personal Injury Attorney for Help Hiring a personal injury attorney to help with your accident claim is smart. During an active auto accident lawsuit, they can also provide practical advice about what you can and cannot post on social media. 
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Al ITEZAN Lawyers and Legal Consultants founded more than 30 years by its founder and its CEO Dr. Adel Khamis Almemari. Al ITEZAN Lawyers and Legal Consultants aims always to provide distinguished legal services in the Fifield of legal advice, drafting and reviewing contracts, pleading before all courts of all degrees, local and international arbitration bodies, and establishing companies. We are distinguished by commercial law, especially in the Fifield of corporate laws, insurance, banking and electronic commerce. Our office is working to expand the circle of its clients abroad to include some Arab countries such as Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine… in general. Furthermore, our new existing office is registered in France, and it works in cooperation with our office in the United Arab Emirates to follow up on relevant issues within the European Union with an aim to serve our local and international clients. In addition to our joint cooperation with several law firms in Arab and Gulf countries to provide high quality legal services for our local and foreign clients. In this regard, we are keen on excellence and follow-up, so one of our most important priorities is to devote ourselves to providing the highest level of services that meet the needs of our clients and guarantee them the desired goals for their various cases during the entire stages of litigation. And AL ITEZAN have more than 25+ years experience in the filed of legal areas. And they have best lawyers.
Avoid labour and visa fraud when applying for a job in the UAE
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