In Kim v Sodhi, the plaintiff argued that before the accident he maintained an active life which he could no longer do without feeling pain and discomfort.
In Nucci v. Target Corp., the plaintiff brought a personal injury action against the retail store alleging that she slipped and fell on a foreign substance on the floor.
In Smith v Jarnell, the defendant sought production of all the plaintiff’s posts and photos from his social media accounts that showed him participating in activities or going on trips since the accident.
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In M.D. v The Co-operators General Insurance Company, the Court found that the social media evidence was unconvincing as to whether or not the applicant suffered from post-concussion and chronic pain symptoms.
In NZ v Economical Insurance Co, the insurer reasonably withheld payments because surveillance evidence and social media evidence showed that the applicant was still involved with his company.
In Terry v Mullowney, the defendants presented evidence from Facebook showing the plaintiff’s “full and active” social life.