April 26, 2017
Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group
With social media being part of almost everyone’s constant everyday lives, attorneys who represent injured workers and injured parties to personal injury claims should pay particular close attention to their client’s social media accounts. This talk will address some practical guidelines for attorneys to address with their clients and how to avoid some of pitfalls they will face during the representationExpand summary
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