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How Social Media May Harm Your Orlando Motorcycle Crash Claim

If you are the type of person who loves to check in with your friends, keep your status current, and lean on the power of the social media world during major life events, it makes sense that you would want to turn to social media after something as traumatic as a motorcycle accident in Orlando. Although it is natural to want to turn to your friends in a time of need, social media may not be the best decision while you battle with the insurance company on your claim.

If you are on social media after an Orlando motorcycle accident, here are a few reasons why you should protect yourself and your settlement and stay off your favorite platforms.

  • Your status updates may be used in your claim– In some cases, a judge has called upon social media content to be used as evidence when determining how much a victim will receive.
  • Your adjuster may misinterpret your status updates– Once your status updates that were only intended for your friends and family to see are made public, they can easily be used against you or misinterpreted by the other party.
  • You may unintentionally harm your claim– Without realizing it, you may say or post something that could harm your claim, costing you valuable compensation money to cover property expenses, pain and suffering, and medical costs.

Knowledge Equals Power in Orlando Motorcycle Accident Cases

Making an insurance claim after an Orlando motorcycle wreck can be a difficult process. While you undergo the claim filing process with your attorney, it may be best to stay off social media. For more help with your claim, contact an experienced Orlando motorcycle accident lawyer at Auto Justice Attorney today: 407-422-4529.

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