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Using Social Media After an Accident May Harm Your Personal Injury Claim Whether you use social media sites to make comments or post pictures, it is critical not to use social media after a car crash. Do you know why? Find out in this video how the use of social media can impact your personal injury case.

Whether you use Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to make comments or post pictures immediately following an auto accident—even in the days, weeks, or months during your car accident claim—it is critical that you realize that most social media activity can do more harm than good. In fact, the lawyers at Hupy and Abraham inform their clients to avoid using social media in its entirety following a wreck. The reason? Insurance companies will be monitoring your social media use after a crash, and what you say or post can impact how much you will get in your case.

To work with a law firm who will guide you through the process in order to make sure you will get the most compensation as possible, contact Hupy and Abraham in Wisconsin, Illinois, or Iowa for a free consultation at 800.800.5678 or reach us online at

Jason F. Abraham
Managing Partner, Hupy and Abraham