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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney,

If you've been in an accident, you should not put anything on Facebook or other social media that you don't want to be questioned about. There appears to be a trend of Defense attorneys being allowed to look into accident victims' social media lives to try to find relevant information that can be used in a lawsuit.

While there are legal arguments against allowing Defense attorneys to have unlimited access to a Plaintiff's social media information, it's best not to put out any information that could be used against you.

Steven M. Bialick has been in the private practice of law since 1980.  He practices in the areas of accident and personal injury law.  This article is intended to provide general information only, and is not legal advice or a legal opinion on any certain facts or circumstances.  Readers are encouraged to consult with an attorney on any specific legal questions or matters.

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