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Face-Palming Insurance Fraud Fails - Part 2

As technology and social media channels continue to evolve, their influence on law practice is increasing dramatically. Given social media’s accessibility and ease of use, it has quickly become an unrivaled source of evidence in many court cases.

Face-Palming Insurance Fraud Fails - Part 1

Social media is increasingly being used in investigations of all kinds. Already, 86% of investigators are using social media 2-3 times per month in the course of their duties (1), helping to solve crimes quicker or prevent them from happening altogether.

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