Got Vaccinated? Think Twice Before Sharing on Social Media
Posted in Consumer Protection, In the news on February 15, 2021
You received your COVID-19 vaccine. You're excited to share the good news on social media. Perhaps you want to encourage others to get a vaccine. That's completely normal. In fact, it sends a positive message about public health. There's just one problem. According to the Better Business Burea, sharing a picture of your vaccination...
Helping Your Personal Injury Case
Posted in Accident & Injury on January 10, 2014
Ohio attorney Ryan Harrell explains ways you can help your personal injury case after you've hired an attorney. You’ve hired a personal injury attorney, who is handling your car accident case. They have begun the process of seeking recovery for your injuries. What do you do now? With an attorney, paralegals, and other legal...
How Social Media Can Affect Your Personal Injury Case
Posted in Accident & Injury on August 12, 2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIaf9uthg4s&feature=youtu.be With sites like Facebook and Twitter, social media has changed how we document our lives and share them with the world. But you should also be aware that while you’re sharing your adventures and experiences with others, it can also show the truth. Such is the case for one client we had...
Ohio Employment Claims Lawyers: Illinois becomes 2nd state blocking employers from asking for social media logins
Posted in Workplace Injuries and Claims on August 3, 2012
State lawmakers and the federal government are taking steps to stop employers from improperly snooping in employees’ and potential employees’ social media accounts. The employment claims lawyers of Elk & Elk believe laws must be in place to protect individuals’ privacy. Earlier this week, Illinois became the second state to pass a law that...