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Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury – Why Does Facebook Matter?2 minute read

The use of social media websites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and numerous other sites has exploded in recent years.  Facebook on its own has over 1.1 billion users.  These websites certainly offer good ways to connect quickly with friends and relatives who may not live close by us.  They allow us to easily view information, pictures and videos shared by our friends and to share our own.

Things To Consider about Social Media

While Facebook and other websites can be great for sharing information, people often forget to consider who may end up seeing the information they post on these websites.  For example, people do not consider that this information may get revealed to their employer, an insurance company or that insurance company’s attorney if they are injured and end up having to file a workers’ compensation or personal injury claim.  This blog series will discuss the various issues associated with Facebook, Twitter and other social media websites as they pertain to workers’ compensation and personal injury claims.

Should I Use Facebook?

Despite the growth of social media websites worldwide, there is certainly no requirement that you participate in social media.  So, the first question you should ask yourself is whether you want to participate in social media at all.  You may prefer to keep your life private.  Even if you have posted to Facebook, Twitter, or some other social media website in the past, you can simply stop using those websites in the future.  If you stop using social media now, you will not have to worry as much about your information falling into unwanted hands because you will not be posting that information anymore.

Despite the risks, many, if not most, people are going to choose to continue posting on social media websites because of the benefits that these websites provide.  If you make this decision, then there are still some important things you should consider about your use of those websites to maximize the chance that the information you post is only accessed by the people you want to see that information.  We’ll discuss one of the most important of those things, reviewing the privacy settings on your social media accounts, in my next blog post in this series.

What if I have other questions about workers compensation?

Georgia’s workers compensation system can be very confusing.  You have to worry about getting the treatment you need and paying your bills while also worrying about not missing any deadlines that could cause you to lose your right to receive workers compensation benefits.

If you have questions, I would recommend that you try to get answers.  To find out more about how to schedule a time to talk to me about your workers compensation questions, just read this short article.

Jason Perkins is an attorney who specializes in representing injured workers.  He regularly publishes videos and write blog articles about Georgia’s workers compensation system and issues that are important to injured workers and their families.

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Brittney-lee orourkeBrittney-lee orourke
05:23 18 Feb 22
Amazing! Jason and his team were very helpful and had the best communication by far. Walked me though every step with great detail and had answers for any question I had. They handled my case better then I could imagine, it was a weird case and they stayed on top of it and kept me updated every step of the way! Highly recommend this Team! Thanks so much to Jason and his Awesome team!-Brittney
China JonesChina Jones
18:58 08 Feb 22
I absolutely love this group of attorneys, when I was at my lowest they did everything they could to help me get justice for my injury. I believe if I were to have never picked my phone up and called the amazing group that helped me I definitely would not have received my idea of rights. If you have an issue and are just not sure please understand that they will help you, stay in contact, answer any question you have, and for sure get you the justice you deserve I thank them from the bottom of my heart and I will definitely refer them to anyone who has been hurt because they most definitely care about their work and clients.
Luv LocsLuv Locs
16:08 15 Jan 22
The entire law office was attentive and responsive to all of my concerns dealing with my workers compensation case.
moombimoombi
21:14 02 Jan 22
If you must get a lawyer involved, you’d do well to work with Jason Perkins and his team at Perkins Studdard Law.They were thorough in gathering information and in sharing all the steps in the workers comp process specific to my case. Jason and the team were responsive to my bevy of questions and concerns.I appreciated the informative videos and consultations provided by Jason over video meetings and multiple phone calls.I hope I’m never injured on the job again. However, if I am and if my employer responds as my previous employer did, I’ll contact Perkins Studdard Law immediately to handle the case.
Dana BessDana Bess
23:57 10 Dec 21
Everyone at Perkins Studdard was kind and professional. They were always extremely responsive and answered all questions that I had and followed up to make sure I had an understanding of what was going on along with emailing videos to explain every step of my case so I would know what to expect and be prepared. Jason is a very genuine person and I trusted him with my case. He answered so many questions for me even before I retained him as my WC lawyer. I highly recommend him and his associates at Perkins Studdard.
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