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Your Private Facebook Posts Are Now Accessible In A New York Lawsuit

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | March 20, 2018


Many people nowadays have social media accounts such as Facebook. Setting your Facebook page settings to private means your posts are only seen by your friends and are not public. But, this doesn't mean that they can't be brought into evidence if you are injured in an accident. What you post on Facebook now could have an impact on your personal injury case in New York State. Learn more in our latest blog.

5 Safety Tips To Avoid Accidents & Injuries This Halloween

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | October 27, 2017


Halloween should be a night filled with family fun as children get dressed up in their favorite costumes and head out on the streets of their Central New York neighborhoods to get treats. However, this night can quickly take a turn for the worst with an accident causing Halloween related injuries. Learn about dangerous Halloween hazards and the top 5 safety tips on how to avoid them from the personal injury lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman.


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How Your Social Media CAN Affect Your CASE IN NEW YORK

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | April 29, 2016


We all hear over and over again to be careful about what you post on Social Media. This is especially true for a person involved in any type of litigation, whether it is criminal, matrimonial, or civil litigation. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vine, Instagram, Pinterest, and Snapchat are all being used as resources in litigation to locate relevant information, especially in personal injury cases.

How Your Social Media Accounts Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | March 16, 2016


We all have it. Today, social media plays a vital role in all of our lives. Teenagers, adults, even grandparents are posting vacation photos, sharing cooking videos, and more. Nonetheless, a seemingly harmless app like Facebook does have the potential to share too much information.


About 52% of employers check social media before hiring a candidate. This means that job seekers may not want to post a photo of themselves with a red solo cup in their hand or worse on their Twitter account in an effort to look more professional. Similarly this goes for personal injury cases.

Trick or treat: How to have a safe halloween

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | October 30, 2015


Halloween is fun and scary, it’s when the ghosts and goblins come out of hiding, making it one of the spookiest times of the year. It’s alright to be scared by all of this harmless fun, but we should never have to feel scared because our child or a loved one falls victim to a careless or avoidable accident. Whatever your plans are this Saturday evening,  whether you are attending a costume party with a bunch of your friends or taking your children out trick or treating in your neighborhood, we hope you have fun but always remember to make safety your first priority. Every Halloween there are a high number of people in Utica and throughout Central New York that suffer injuries from preventable accidents.


Stay up to date on the latest with BMBP plus get tips every month on how to stay safe in Upstate New York and learn what to do if you are involved in an accident.

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