Author: Bosco Legal Services

Using Social Media Investigations in Court: Moroccanoil v. Marc Anthony Cosmetics

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A recent case, Moroccanoil v. Marc Anthony Cosmetics, highlighted the importance of social media investigations in court cases. In this case, a federal district court ruled that Facebook screenshots were inadmissible in court. Their reasoning: that web pages and screenshots could not be authenticated. They then applied this logic to Facebook screenshots. As a result … Continue reading

Investigating Suspected Insurance Fraud in 2019

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Insurance fraud can take many forms. It can be as simple as bending the truth about how an accident occurred, or it can be a more complex fraudulent scheme. No matter how it happens, it is illegal. Insurance fraud costs insurers over $40 billion per year. Some of those costs pass down to policyholders. For … Continue reading

What Is Medical Canvassing?

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Did you know that fraud may steal $80 billion a year from insurance companies? In fact, 21 percent of bodily injury claims and 18 percent of personal injury protection claims involved some sort of fraud or buildup.  Due to this dilemma, there are times in the claims handling process when insurance adjusters become skeptical of … Continue reading

Emoji References Spike in Court Cases

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Litigation in 2019 almost always involves the use of social media evidence. Whether it is Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat or Instagram, people send and receive messages in a variety of places across the web. If your law firm is involved in case litigation, then social media evidence may be crucial for your case. Even so, social … Continue reading

Five Reasons to Choose a Social Media Investigator Over a Paralegal

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Litigation almost always involves use of social media information. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and LinkedIn are an integral part of our modern society. If your firm is involved in personal injury, family law, workers’ comp or malpractice litigation, then it is certain that social media evidence will play some type of role. It is … Continue reading