Can You Sue if You Signed a Liability Waiver in Ohio?
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KNR Legal Blog
Following a car crash, it’s natural for you to want to tell others about the accident. If you were injured and are in the process of recovery, it may be especially tempting to let others know how you’re doing. However, the dangers of sharing too much information about your car accident often exceed the benefits, especially in cases where an insurance company adjuster reads your social media posts.
Unfortunately, anything you write online, including content on most social media platforms, can—and most likely will—be used against you by an insurance company when they’re evaluating your claim. At Kisling, Nestico & Redick, we’ve seen first-hand the damage a social media post can cause to an individual who has submitted a claim.
Before you hit send, we implore you to seek out an experienced Ohio personal injury attorney. At KNR, we can give you a better understanding of what’s safe—and what’s not safe—to share online. Call us today at 1-800-HURT-NOW to find out how we can help you.
It’s important to take steps toward safeguarding your online identity and social media accounts in today’s digital age—especially when it comes time to file your personal injury claim. To do so, you’ll want to refrain from posting anything related to your accident, delete posts and messages that could be used to limit your claim, refrain from using location-tracking applications, and increase your privacy settings.
At KNR, we’ve seen too many cases of claims being limited due to the use of social media. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, contact one of the skilled Ohio personal injury attorneys at Kisling, Nestico & Redick today. We can help you to file and claim and ensure that nothing you post online can be used against you. For a free initial evaluation of your case, call us at 1-800-HURT-NOW today.