Can Things I Say On Social Media Damage My Personal Injury Claim?

Watch this video by experienced South Carolina injury attorney Matthew Breen to find out whether things you say on social media can be used against you in your personal injury claim.

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Were you or someone you love injured in South Carolina and have questions about whether the things you say on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok or any other social media platform can be used against you to hurt your claim?

Things that you say on social media can be used against you. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. If you’ve been involved in a personal injury claim of any sort, auto wreck, workers comp, slip and fall, anything you can think of, do not talk about it on social media.

Anything that’s on there can be gotten and can be used against you. So the best situation is you just don’t say anything at all apart from your family and personal conversations. “Hey, I’m hurt.” “Hey, I have to go to my doctor appointment tomorrow.” “I can’t drive.” “Can you please drive me?” Anything like that. But do not go on social media talking about your personal injury claim. It most likely will not be in your best interest.

If you or a loved one was injured in South Carolina due to the negligence of another party, you may be entitled to compensation. Schedule a free consultation with dedicated South Carolina personal injury lawyer Matthew Breen and let his experience work for you.