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Social Media Case Law: Commonwealth v Mangel

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From Facebook to Instagram, social media has become a way for people to share personal content with friends and family members. As a result, social media posts and pictures have found their way into the courtroom during litigation.  Yet, using social media as evidence in your case is not easy. It requires precision and experience … Continue reading

Social Media Case Law: Vasquez-Santos v Mathew

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Social media is a great place to catch up with old friends and keep family members up-to-date on your life. It is also a great place to conduct investigations as well! Many people live with the false idea that social media content is private and/or cannot be used in court. However, pictures and posts made … Continue reading

3 Reasons You May Need a Medical Background Investigation for Your Insurance Claim Investigation

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When an injury accident occurs, insurance companies need to assess the damages and the claimant’s injuries. This process involves asking questions about their injuries and the damages they suffered. It also involves asking questions about prior medical conditions and injuries. After all, the insurance company is not responsible for treating past injuries.  Unfortunately, many claimants … Continue reading

How Social Media and Medical Canvassing Can Bolster Your Insurance Claims Investigation

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Fraudulent insurance claims hurt everyone, from the everyday person to insurance companies. Fraud is a serious issue that no insurance company should take it lightly. The number of insurance fraud cases is staggering. The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud (CAIF) reported that fraud makes up 10 percent of loss and loss adjustment expenses every year. Fraud … Continue reading

Using Social Media Investigations in Court: Monet v. Bank of America

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A recent case highlighted the use of digital evidence and social media in today’s courtrooms. The case, Monet v. Bank of America, involved a dispute over a defaulted loan. In particular, the courts considered the digital evidence submitted by Monet inadequate to win his case. This was mainly due to the inability to authenticate the … Continue reading