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How Social Media Can Negatively Impact Your Workers’ Compensation Claim
How Social Media Can Negatively Impact Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

Oversharing on social media is second nature to many of us. While this is harmless in many areas of our lives, this can be incredibly damaging to your workers’ compensation case after a workplace injury. Following a workplace injury, employees do not have to prove fault when ...

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