Effortlessly Generate a Report of Client Social Media History
Easily View and Generate Social Media Reports
Paralegals and Law Clerks have to manually scan client social medial profiles looking for posts that might be beneficial or harmful for their file. Private Footprint lets you generate a client’s social media report within minutes.
✔ Save hours building reports. No need to cut & paste or ask clients for login credentials.
✔ Easily respond to requests for client social media content.
✔ Decide early if you really want to take on this client.
✔ Pre-date-of-loss reports help you increase your settlement value.
✔ Better organize client social media evidence and avoid Deposition/Discovery surprise.
✔ If you see problems early, it may encourage you to settle quicker.
✔ Be alerted to issues that may decrease the value of your file.
✔ A one-time disbursement which costs less than a clinical note.
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Six Reasons Why Social Monitoring Has Become Critical
1. Surveillance has Moved Online
Not long ago, you worried mostly about physical surveillance of your clients’ activities. Today, it’s all on social media and insurers (and other opposing counsel) are working hard to uncover your clients’ online profiles in order to invalidate their claim.
2. Changing Client Behaviors is Hard
Clients recovering from an accident or illness will often deny their social media usage to their lawyer because it is one of their few remaining outlets. But their posts can be misrepresented by opposing counsel and difficult to explain to a jury, thereby hurting their case.
3. You’re Leaving Money on the Table
Painting a picture of your client’s life before their injury or illness helps you build a stronger case. By using pre-date-of-loss social history, you can build a compelling report in minutes that can help increase settlement values.
4. Settle Faster. Settle Smarter
Ongoing monitoring helps you notice issues that may decrease the value of your file. Get ahead of the curve and avoid the Discovery Surprise. If you see problems early, it may even encourage you to settle faster and for a better overall outcome.
5. Don’t Take on Unnecessary Risk
Prospective clients may tell you one story, but their social history tells another. By the time you first meet them, the damage may have already been done. Quickly run a report of their social accounts to assess if they are indeed a file you want to take on.
6. Your Clients Are Not Good at This
You ask your clients to bring you pictures, videos and items to show how their lifestyle was before the accident. Often the information is disorganized and selectively chosen, leading to missing information. Instead, pull their entire social media history in an instant and find years of potential information.