Author: Derek Young, Associate
I just got a great picture of my friend bungee-jumping, but I probably won’t post it online. Increasingly, information posted on social media sites is being used in personal injury actions, usually by the defendant’s insurers, as a way of refuting a plaintiff’s injury claims. The use of social media evidence raises various privacy concerns.
Many of us spend a large part of our work day on the road; driving between work sites, visiting clients, or simply commuting to and from home. We rely on our auto insurance to protect us from mishaps, particularly in the event of an accident. In the majority of cases, we can rest assured that