Navigating the Roads- A Guide to Preventing Biking Personal Injuries

The month of May guarantees beautiful bright sunshine and clear blue skies, the perfect weather for aspiring cyclists. However, accompanying this nice weather are the constant risks of bike dangers on the road. Biking dangers pose a threat to the health of all individuals. To maximize the joy brought forth in May, biking risks must not be overlooked and taken seriously. At Dye and Russell, we are ready to share our top tips for cycling on vehicle-filled roads, to ensure the safety of all cyclists.

Use Hand Signals

Hand signals are often overlooked, yet are a critical component of biking safety. For effective hand signals, with the palm open, fully stretch the arm in the intended direction. This will alert drivers to an individual’s intentions, reducing the chances of personal injury occurring due to miscommunication.

Ride With the Flow Of Traffic

Biking against the flow of traffic can pose a great risk. Not only is this illegal, but reduces visibility and safety. By riding with the flow of traffic, bikers can easily see pedestrian or driver-intended signs while ensuring their visibility to cars, minimizing the dangers of accidents.

Bike On the Right Side Of The Road

Many individuals are unaware of the necessity that lies in biking on the right side of the road. Required by law, this rule permits individuals to bike in the same direction as other vehicles. This allows vehicles behind or in front of the cyclist to have a clear view of individuals, further reducing crash risks.

Don’t Bike Too Close To The Curb

The edges of the road often have many drains and significant debris, creating obstacles for cyclists causing tire holes and damage to the bike structure. Ensure you don’t stray too far to the right of the road, to reduce biking-fall accidents caused by the curb and to prioritize the condition of the bike.

Use Front And Rear Bike Lights

Front and rear bike lights are crucial when biking on the roads. The front lights ensure bikers can easily see obstacles and vehicles ahead, while the rear lights allow other cars or other cyclists to have an easy view of the biker. Having a constant view of the external environment will promote biker safety as it decreases the chances of visibility-related accidents.

If you have been in a cycling accident, Dye and Russell’s team of experienced personal injury lawyers is ready to help you get the compensation you’re entitled to. Contact us today for all your personal injury needs and to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

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Navigating April Showers: Tips to Avoid Personal Injury

As the old saying goes, “April showers bring May flowers.” While the promise of blooming gardens and warmer days may be on the horizon, the arrival of April showers also means a significant increase in wet and slippery conditions, creating potential hazards that can lead to personal injury. It is critical to be aware of common personal injuries and their prevention to stop them from happening to you. Understanding the following tips will ensure your safety for the weeks ahead, maximizing the month’s enjoyment and fun. At Dye & Russell Personal Injury Lawyers, we understand that accidents can happen when you least expect them, and it is crucial to be proactive in preventing injuries during this season.

Wear Good Quality Shoes with Grip:

Slip and fall accidents are very common in April. Consistent rainfall causes sidewalks and workplace surfaces to become slippery, increasing the chance of slips, falls, sprains, etc. To avoid slipping, wearing good quality shoes with flat, rubber, and flexible soles is imperative. These shoes will provide a grip and prevent slippery surfaces from hindering your daily activities.

Maintain a Safe Distance Between Cars:

While driving, maintaining a safe distance between cars is essential. Rain can reduce the traction on car tires, causing hydroplaning and sliding. To prevent car crashes, give your car some wiggle room while driving. In the inevitable event of your car sliding, it will not crash into the vehicle in front.

Keep Car Headlights On:

In mucky wet weather, visibility is often compromised. Be sure to keep headlights on to ensure easy sight, reducing the chances of crashes with vehicles and other fallen structures.

Turn Off Cruise Control:

Cruise control is a practical feature that helps maintain speed and ease foot pains. However, cruise control should be off in rainy weather conditions so the driver maintains control of the vehicle and its speed. This allows individuals to change the speed of the car according to the driving conditions and should there be an  emergency, navigate the vehicle quickly and safely away from harm.

Pedestrian Safety:

If you are walking, be visible to drivers by wearing bright or reflective clothing. Use crosswalks, pedestrian signals, and make eye contact with drivers before crossing streets.

The fear of personal injury resulting from April rain doesn’t need to stop you. Follow these amazing tips to create a month of safety and fun.

Whether you have questions about slips and falls, car accidents, or trauma, our trusted employees at Dye & Russell will ensure your safety is maximized.

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Mastering the Social Media Tightrope: Safeguarding Your Personal Injury Compensation Journey

Posting a fond memory or an adorable photo on social media may appear harmless, but this can jeopardize an individual’s chances of securing the personal injury compensation they rightfully deserve. At Dye & Russell, we consider it our duty to inform you on how to steer through social media in a manner that will ensure your personal injury success. In this blog, we will delve into strategic approaches to navigating social media, ensuring it does not adversely impact personal injury cases.

Utilize a Private Account for Personal Posts

The significance of adjusting privacy settings on social media accounts is unparalleled. Oftentimes, the opposing party in a case will search your social media to find ammunition to use against you in court. By tightening privacy settings, individuals can control who has access to their personal information and mitigate the risk of opposing parties using their online activity against them.

Refrain from Posting Personal Content

Sharing personal content opens the door to misinterpretation. Such posts may inadvertently reveal activities that contradict your stance in court. For instance, posting lighthearted and joyful photos shortly after a severe accident might unintentionally suggest that the injuries are not as severe as they appear. This can thereby diminish the likelihood of receiving full compensation.

Avoid Discussing the Case Online

Engaging in discussions about your personal injury case within social media comments can be exploited against individuals seeking compensation. Comments made in these discussions can be manipulated to the advantage of the opposing party. It is imperative to exercise caution and refrain from discussing the details of the case on public platforms.

Caution Friends and Family Regarding Comments

Even the comments of well-meaning friends and family, whether digital or in person, can wield a profoundly negative impact. It is crucial to sensitively remind them that even seemingly harmless comments can be used against you or may contradict your stance in court. Every comment, no matter how small, should be approached with careful consideration to avoid unintended consequences.

In the age of social media, personal injury cases require a careful approach to navigate the complexities of online interactions. Dye & Russell exemplifies a forward-thinking personal injury law firm that recognizes the power of social media as both a tool and a potential obstacle in their pursuit of justice for their clients. If you need a personal injury lawyer, contact Dye & Russell, whose modernized and digital thinking will ensure your success in court.

 

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Enjoying Safe and Friendly Encounters with Dogs: Strategies for Preventing Dog Aggression

In Canada, the joy of living with furry companions is immeasurable. The bond between humans and their pets is truly special. However, there is also the potential for conflict and danger. To avoid these situations, it is critical to thoroughly understand how to ensure your safety. In the event of an incident with a dog Dye & Russell Personal Injury Lawyers are here to guide you through the legal intricacies and provide the support you need.

Understand Canadian Liability:

In Canada, the actions of an aggressive dog are on the owner’s irresponsibility and faulty training. Many individuals do not realize that incidents involving dogs are a punishable offence for which they can receive compensation. From small to life-threatening attacks, compensation can always be retrieved. Dye & Russell is here to diligently advocate for your rights and ensure you receive the compensation you rightfully deserve.

Understand Dog Body Language:

Familiarize yourself with the signs of a stressed or agitated dog. Avoid approaching dogs exhibiting signs of fear, anxiety, or aggression. Signs of such emotions include yawning, drooling, panting, growling, or changes in body temperature.

Respect a Dog’s Space:

Give dogs their space, especially if they are eating, sleeping, or caring for puppies. Sudden movements or intrusions can trigger defensive behaviour which can lead to a personal injury. When approaching a dog, move toward it slowly from the front. Never approach a dog from the back as it can startle them. Refrain from touching the dog on the face, instead gently pat its neck, side, chest, and back.

Ask for Permission:

Always ask the owner for permission before approaching or petting a dog. Not all dogs are comfortable with strangers. Try asking the owner if the dog has a favourite or least favourite place to be pet and adhere to any other rules the owner provides.

Avoid Provoking Actions:

Never tease or provoke a dog, and do not disturb dogs that are tied up or confined in a car. Also, refrain from startling dogs with loud and disturbing behaviour. These provoking actions encourage aggression, and fear, increasing the chance of personal injury.

Teach Children Proper Interaction:

Educate children on how to safely interact with dogs. Remind them not to approach unknown dogs without supervision and to always ask the owner before approaching. Educating children can prevent children by ensuring they take the necessary precautions to prioritize safety.

In the unfortunate event of an incident with a dog seeking immediate medical attention is crucial. After receiving medical care, it is essential to document the incident, including gathering information about the dog and its owner. Contacting Dye & Russell Personal Injury Lawyers promptly ensures that your rights are protected, and legal proceedings are initiated.

Dye & Russell Personal Injury Lawyers understand the complex and sensitive nature of cases. Our team is dedicated to providing you with the support you need during challenging times. By following preventive measures and knowing your rights, you can help safeguard yourself and your loved ones from the aftermath of a dog bite. Trust Dye & Russell to guide you through the legal process with compassion, professionalism, and a commitment to securing the compensation you deserve.

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How Do I Know If I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?

After experiencing a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or other serious injury, focusing on your recovery and getting the appropriate medical attention is important. If the injury occurred in a motor vehicle accident, at work or home, contacting an experienced personal injury lawyer can help you understand your legal rights. A lawyer can also help explain your options if your injuries were the result of negligence or malpractice.

There are many reasons why contacting a personal injury lawyer is in your best interest. Here are our top four:

 

1.    A personal injury lawyer will help answer your questions.

Anyone that has been seriously injured or had a loved one struggle with a major injury undoubtedly has questions. Personal injury lawyers with experience handling serious injury cases can help answer your important questions, such as “What happened?” and  “Do we have a case?”.

A personal injury lawyer will conduct a factual investigation through interviews, review of records, and through the experience of professional investigators/consultants to gain information leading up to and at the time of your injury.

The insurance companies representing any possible defendants will be conducting the same type of investigations. The experts at Dye and Russell have experience working with insurance companies and know how to get you the settlement you deserve.

 

2.    A personal injury lawyer will help you understand why an injury may have occurred.

Individuals that have experienced a traumatic brain injury (TBI), as well as their families, may not recognize that other individuals or entities may have contributed to their injury.

A lawyer will be able to assist in identifying all the individuals or entities that may have been a contributing factor to your injury. They will also ensure that those responsible are held accountable to the full extent of the law.

 

3.    A personal injury lawyer will help you understand your rights so you can make informed decisions.

Many serious injuries, such as a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), are often permanent and require a considerable number of medical treatments and/or ongoing care.

Speaking with a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible, like the ones at Dye and Russell, will help preserve your right to civil action. Our experienced lawyers will work with you to understand your options and help you make an informed decision about moving forward with your case.

 

4.    A personal injury lawyer will help ensure you are fully compensated.

We understand how injuries impact you and your family in the present and how you will be impacted in the future.

The lawyers at Dye and Russell will work to ensure you and your family receive the maximum settlement that you are entitled to for current and future medical expenses. A personal injury lawyer will also seek compensation for current and future pain and suffering, both physical and mental, as well as any loss of wages.

 

Consulting an experienced personal injury lawyer in the wake of an accident is in your best interest. A lawyer will answer your questions and help you understand your rights or why an injury may have occurred. They are there to make sure you receive the maximum settlement you deserve so you can make a full recovery. Contact the team at Dye and Russell today by calling 1-877-883-6171.

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How to Stay Safe when Participating in Winter Sports

Participating in winter sports can be an exhilarating experience, however, those who do not take extra precautions to learn how to stay safe when doing so are at risk of turning a fun experience into a potentially fatal one.

Fortunately, Parachute Canada has shared some top winter sport-related safety tips:

Ice Skating

“Skates should give firm ankle support and fit snugly. For youngsters whose feet are growing, softer boots are better than hard, unyielding ones.

All skaters should wear CSA-approved helmets when skating because they are tested for falls on ice. Replace helmets every five years.

Check that skate blades aren’t dull or rusted.

Teach children to skate only in places you know are safe. Check that the ice surface is in good shape without bumps, water or slush. Check for skating hazards such as pebbles, rocks and branches.

Teach children to skate with friends – never alone – and always in safe areas, away from traffic and free of obstacles.

Ice hockey

Hockey players should wear a CSA-approved hockey helmet with a compatible full-face mask. This is mandatory in organized hockey.

Helmets should be replaced every five years. They are designed to withstand falls on ice and the multiple impacts expected during hockey play, but they have this recommended limit.

Other recommended protective gear includes gloves, shoulder pads, elbow pads, shin pads, mouth guards and for boys, an athletic support.

Ensure all protective equipment is in good condition and fits properly.

Inspect helmets regularly. Do not use a helmet with a cracked or severely scratched shell or worn liner.

Never alter a helmet. It may affect its ability to prevent injury.

Stretching and warm-ups prior to each practice and game, as well as a cool-down routine, can help to prevent injuries.

Teach children to skate heads-up when approaching the boards to prevent neck injuries.

Take head injuries seriously. To prevent brain damage, organized amateur hockey in Canada requires that any player get a physician’s permission to return to play after suffering a concussion.

 

Downhill skiing

Beginners should take lessons from a certified instructor.

A ski helmet is recommended for children to prevent head injury. (Helmets are also recommended for racers and high-risk environments such as back-country skiing). In 2014 the CSA released a new standard for a multi-impact ski and snowboard helmet.

Skiers should follow the buddy system. Never ski alone.

Always check your child’s ski equipment to make sure it is in good condition and fits properly. Bindings should be checked at least once a year by a qualified technician or ski shop. Bindings, boots and skis which do not fit properly or are not properly adjusted are significant risk factors for young skiers.

Do warm-up exercises and stretches before each day’s skiing.

Skiers need to stay on marked trails and follow other rules of the slopes.

Skiers should choose runs or trails that best suit their ability. Before they start out, skiers should understand the signs used to indicate the level of difficulty.

Skiers should stay alert to hazards (such as rocks, trees, and ice patches) and changes in weather and visibility.

Skiers should dress against frostbite, be sure boots are not too tight, and wear sunglasses or goggles with UV protection to guard against the sun’s reflection off the snow. They should also wear sunscreen to protect against sunburns.

Skiers should quit before they get tired and before it gets dark. Fatigue and poor visibility both lead to injuries.

 

Snowboarding

Snowboarding requires its own set of skills. Beginners should take lessons from a certified snowboard instructor. In 2014 the CSA released a new standard for a multi-impact ski and snowboard helmet.

Snowboarders should follow all the safety tips for downhill skiers.

Helmets are widely recommended for snowboarding.

Snowboarders should dress against frostbite and wear sunglasses or goggles with UV protection to guard against the sun’s reflection off the snow. They should also wear sunscreen to protect against sunburns.

Snowboarders should only use boards with full-length steel edges and stiff secure bindings. The board leash should be securely attached. Children should use short boards (no more than chest high).

Snowboarders should quit before they get tired or it gets too dark. Fatigue and poor visibility can both lead to injuries.

Snowboarders should be aware that high speeds and aerial maneuvers carry a high risk of injury.

Snowboarders should keep inside designated areas and follow other rules of the slopes.”

By adhering to these tried and tested safety rules, you can ensure you will have a wonderful time participating in winter sports this year.

 

If you have been injured, and need legal assistance, call Dye & Russell Personal Injury Lawyers at 1-877-883-6171. We will offer you a free claim assessment.

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Hit and Run Accidents – What You Need To Know

Hit and run accidents are a particularly unconscious act on the part of the driver who caused the collision. The urge to flee the scene may be caused by a variety of reasons; however, it is never the courageous or decent move to make.

According to dmv.org, if you’ve been the victim of a hit and run accident, here is the information you need to know:

What Is a Hit and Run Accident?

A hit and run accident is any accident in which a driver intentionally leaves the scene without providing contact information.

Examples of hit and run accidents include:

  • A car hits you and speeds off.
  • A driver hits your unattended parked car and leaves no contact information or way of collecting damages.

 

What to Do After a Hit and Run Accident

While you’ll likely be feeling immense stress if you are a victim of a hit and run, it will help to stay as calm as possible and gather as much information as you can.

Having more information:

  • Increases the chances that the police will catch the driver who hit you.
  • Helps your car insurance company make decisions about your claim.

First, get as much information as you can about the car that hit you, such as:

  • Model.
  • Make.
  • License plate number.

Also, look around for any possible witnesses to the accident, and ask for their names and contact information.

Finally, take the following steps before leaving the scene:

  • Write down the time and location of the accident.
  • Take pictures of the accident scene.
  • Take pictures of your car, especially if another car’s paint is visible on it.
  • This will help you prove that you are not attempting to defraud your insurance company.

If the hit and run occurred when you were away from your parked car, jot down as much information as you can, such as:

  • Time.
  • Location.
  • Damage. ”

Following the aforementioned steps will ensure that your claim is taken seriously should you go to the police.

If you have been injured, and need legal assistance, call Dye & Russell at 1-877-883-6171. We will offer you a free claim assessment.

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Preventing Slips and Falls at Work

While slips and falls can be a pretty common occurrence they can be much more dangerous than you think. When we were children tumbling and springing right back up was a regular occurrence but as we get older slips and falls can pose a serious danger to our health and well-being.

According to Statistics Canada falls are a leading cause of injury in Canada. They go on to say “About 63% of seniors and one-half of adolescents were injured in falls, as were 35% of working-age adults.”

Among working-age adults, the most common location of injury is the workplace. 

Everyone should feel safe in their workplace, and employers should try to help employees feel safe. Keeping health and safety as a main priority at work is crucial for everyone to keep coming back to work healthy and safe.

Not to mention, maintaining a safe work environment not only protects employees but it helps protect employers and any customers that may be on company property. To make your business a safe place the Canadian Safety Council has created tips to help you prevent slips and falls at your place of work.

Safe floors

Treating the floors at your workplace with a non-slip treatment can help create a safer walking surface for employers, employees and customers alike. Floors that you should consider applying a non-slip treatment to are surfaces that can naturally become very slippery like tiles or polished untreated concrete. Also, if your workplace has high-traffic areas where people are travelling from indoors to outdoors there is great potential in those areas for falls. The tracking in of water from snowy boots or muddy/wet shoes can make for slippery high-traffic areas.

Busy kitchens or other high-traffic areas where employees work with oils can lead to a settling and collection of oils on the floor. A non-slip treatment to act against falls in both slippery high-traffic areas and places where oils can potentially settle on the ground would be a great help. But it doesn’t end there. It’s vital that floors be cleaned regularly and that clutter is removed in order to prevent slip and fall injuries.

Safe shoes

While it’s likely you can’t really control the shoes worn by customers on your property, you can control what you and your employees wear on your feet. What shoes you wear can make all the difference in preventing a slip and fall accident.

If special shoes are required for the job that is done in your workplace, consult the supplier you order your shoes from to determine the best shoes for the floor surfaces you work on. Encourage employers, employees and customers to wear shoes that will grip well on the floors in your workplace.

Shoes that often lead to slip and falls are heels, cleats and smooth-soled shoes.

The Government of Ontario also suggests the below administrative controls to help reduce the likelihood and frequency of slip, trip and fall accidents.

  • “provide wet floor signage
  • train workers to prevent slips, trips and falls
  • establish safe work practices
  • communicate a procedure for reporting hazards
  • ensure prompt maintenance
  • design jobs to minimize tasks requiring excessive pushing/pulling, line-of-sight obstruction and over-reaching
  • ensure shovels, mops and buckets are readily available
  • correct poor work practices
  • conduct joint health and safety committee monthly inspections
  • review slip, trip and fall incidents”

While you can take precautions to be safe in the workplace sometimes a slip and fall can still occur and leave you seriously injured. If you have been injured, and need legal assistance, give Dye & Russell a call. We will offer you a free claim assessment.

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5 Tips For Safe Winter Driving

Staying safe and following the rules of the road is always important. It becomes even more important during the winter months when roads and driving conditions are less than ideal.

It is during this time that our team at Dye & Russell Personal Injury Lawyers see an increase in vehicle accidents among other seasonal accidents such as a slip and fall.

Contacting a personal injury lawyer if you have been involved in an accident is one of the first things you should do. The experts at Dye & Russell have experience working with vehicle accident claims and understand your frustrations. They are here to get you what you deserve and make recovery as smooth as possible.

If you plan on driving anywhere this winter, here’s what you should know.

  1. Winterize your vehicle.

Prepare your vehicle for the Canadian winter by taking the necessary precautions.

  • Change your tires from all-seasons to winter tires.
  • Properly defrost windows and remove any obstructions like ice.
  • Update your car safety kit with winter items like an ice scraper.

 

Failing to equip your vehicle with the proper tires or performing regular maintenance could lead to an accident and potentially cause serious injury. In instances when an accident has occurred reaching out to an experienced personal injury lawyer can help answer many of the questions you will no doubt have.

 

  1. Keep fluid levels topped up.

In addition to regular maintenance, it is important to keep your fluids (like gas and windshield-washer fluid) topped up. Condensation in the gas tank has the potential to freeze and cause problems and a lack of windshield-washer fluid can limit visibility when driving.

The lack of visibility is a serious risk while driving in winter conditions. It is easy for ice to build up and for a vehicle to spin out of control. Should you find yourself in this situation and an accident you have been involved in has caused injuries, you should contact an expert like the lawyers at Dye & Russell. They work quickly and diligently to ensure you receive the financial and physical compensation you deserve.

 

  1. Wipe off your vehicle.

Wiping snow off your vehicle reduces the likelihood of snow sliding off and obstructing the view of drivers behind you. Drivers who have been involved in an accident because of the negligence of another person should speak with a lawyer immediately.

 

  1. Have a cell phone.

In the event of an accident, having a cell phone will allow you to connect with help and emergency services (if needed). It also gives you the ability to connect with a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible following the accident. Helping you from the start is part of the Dye & Russell experience.

By no means should a cellphone be used by the individual while driving; drivers should pull off to the side of the road before making a call.

 

  1. Adjust for the road conditions.

No matter what tips you follow, adjust your driving to match the road conditions. It is your responsibility to be a safe driver and take the necessary precautions.

 

If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident, contact the experts at Dye & Russell Personal Injury Lawyers. Their team of professionals has years of experience in personal injury law and fighting for the compensation you deserve. Call and book your FREE consultation today at 1-877-883-6171 or visit www.dyeandrussell.com.

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Can Social Media Impact the Outcome of your Injury Claim?

In the present day, it is no secret that anything you post online goes onto your digital permanent record. Deleted posts, while not visible to your friends or family, never fully disappear. Therefore, it is extremely imperative that those who enjoy sharing photos, status updates, and location information with their social media audiences be mindful of what they choose to post.

You would not want your boss to see your long-winded status update complaining about the new office policy, would you? Our guess is no. However, job security is no longer the only thing that can be threatened by social media – personal injury claims are too. Allow us to explain:

Inconsistent Images

Social media is not typically the most authentic place. Your feeds have given you the opportunity to present the most envy-inducing version of yourself to anyone who views them, and most people take advantage of that power.

Including defence lawyers.

If your life were dramatically altered after a car accident-related brain injury, chances are that you would not post or feel like posting when you were in the midst of dealing with painful side effects. Mental health issues caused by the accident will likely go unmentioned on your Facebook timeline, and details about the physical injuries you sustained will not be described in detail, if at all.

So how does it look to an opportunistic defence lawyer, when on the one evening you decided to go to your friend’s annual Labour Day barbecue, multiple photos were taken and posted online that made it appear that you were out and about, having the time of your life?

This is where many sufferers who are seeking compensation for their injuries misstep. If you are claiming the accident has dramatically affected your emotional life, but meanwhile, you are trying to portray a carefree and happy image on social media, the defence could use that as evidence to have your case thrown out.

Proper Protocol

If you experience a personal injury, it is wise to avoid posting anything on social media from the day you are injured until the day your case has been settled in court. Despite your abstinence from social media, friends and family still have the power to post updates and images related to you. Therefore, it is highly advised that you speak to those within your inner circle about the potential risks associated with your social media presence and ask them to avoid mentioning you online. Furthermore, while having airtight privacy settings is a good security step to take, the settings may not protect you from the defence gaining access to your posts.

Social media can be great fun, however, suffering after a personal injury is far from it.

If you have been injured in an accident, you may be able to receive compensation for the damages you faced. Contact us to book your free consultation.

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