Filing a Car Insurance Claim? Better Scour Your Social Networks First
What you Tweet can and will be used against you in a court of law.
That's what insurance attorneys are saying when it comes to social networking and car accidents: By no means should you be Facebooking, Instagramming, Pinteresting, LinkedIn-ing or otherwise socially broadcasting details at the scene of the accident.
"Checking social media accounts has become one of the first things an insurance company or adjuster will do when you file a claim," Frank Darras, an insurance attorney in Ontario, Calif., told the automotive information and pricing provider Edmunds.com in an interview published last week
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