After being hurt in a personal injury claim, you might consider filing a lawsuit against the person who caused your accident for financial compensation. You may be eligible for restitution for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering if you can prove in court that another person’s actions directly led to your injuries. However, it’s important to remember that the guilty person’s insurance company or defense attorney could monitor you after you file a claim to find ways to defend their client. Read this blog to find out how your social media could be tracked after submitting a personal injury claim, or reach out to a Nueces County, Texas Personal Injury Lawyer today to learn how our firm may be able to help you!


Most people would like to think that insurance companies have victims’ best interests in mind when it comes to personal injury claims. Unfortunately, this is not the case most of the time. When you file a claim against another person to pay for your medical bills, you’re probably filing a claim with that person’s health insurance (or personal injury protection coverage under their auto insurance, in the case of most vehicle accidents). This means that the insurance company will be responsible for paying for at least some of the restitution (namely, your medical expenses) if you win the lawsuit. To avoid paying these expenses, the company might keep an eye on your social media to find ways to make it seem like you’re faking or exaggerating your injuries. You should simply avoid posting on social media until the personal injury case is settled in court.


Other than avoiding social media, there are many other actions you can take to increase the chances of winning your personal injury lawsuit. Again, the main point to remember is that the person who caused your accident will try to find ways of proving that you’re lying about your injuries, so you should make sure not to exaggerate about the accident or the extent of your injuries in the courtroom.

A talented personal injury attorney can help you gather the evidence you need to prove that the other person’s negligence directly led to your injuries. Negligence means the person failed their duty to minimize harm to others and subsequently caused an accident that harmed others. Possible evidence you can use to help you prove your claim includes surveillance video, witness statements, and hospital records detailing your injuries.

Have you recently been hurt in a personal injury accident? Are you looking for a trusted injury lawyer who has your best interests in mind? Look no further because Sahadi Legal Group is here to fight for you! Contact us today for an initial consultation.