Avoiding Social Media After You’ve Been Sued in California

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When an employer faces a lawsuit for any sort of misconduct or unethical/unlawful behavior, it is of paramount importance that they exercise their right to remain silent and instead of posting on social media, simply retain the services of a seasoned Los Angeles County, California employment attorney who can help you fight your lawsuit at every turn. Social media seldom helps employers, and in fact, often acts to the contrary by harming them and their defense. Please continue reading and contact our firm to learn more about why it’s so imperative that you avoid social media once you’ve been sued.

Why should you not use social media after you’ve been sued in California?

The first thing you should understand is that social media can, and often will, be used against a person in court. Even if your social media account is private, all it takes is for one person to screenshot your tweet or Instagram post and it is no longer private. Though you may be tempted to speak out against any allegations made against you, social media (or anywhere in writing) is not the place to do it. Anything you say can potentially implicate you further. Additionally, even posts that you may consider to be innocent can actually contradict your defense, even unknowingly or unintentionally. This is why it’s simply best to refrain from posting on social media altogether until your case is resolved.

Why risk hurting yourself when you can simply stay silent and retain the services of a dependable and aggressive Los Angeles, California labor lawyer who can come to your defense? We’re here to help you today. Pick up the phone and give us a call or contact us online.

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Whether you are an employer or an employee involved in an employment-related dispute, you can rely on the legal team here at Lee Law Offices to fight for you. Our firm has significant experience in matters involving church and commercial litigation. Contact us today so we can discuss your situation and determine the best path forward.