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Could Social Media Hinder Your Compensation Claim?

Social media has rapidly become a place for us to keep in touch with far-flung friends and share our daily life in text, photo or video form.  It is a quick, easy and instant way to share go...

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Could Big Brother Be Watching You?

If you find yourself housebound by a chronic pain illness, such as Fibromyalgia, social media networking sites can provide a valuable connection with the outside world. It’s a natural instinct to wa...

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Fibromyalgia, CRPS & Chronic Pain Support Groups On Facebook

When you suffer from chronic pain, it's a lot easier coping when you know you're not alone. Social media has played an enormous role for housebound sufferers, by creating online communities where they...

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Will Using Facebook Undermine My Fibromyalgia Compensation Claim?

Dear BrianI was involved in a road traffic accident. I suffered a severe whiplash injury which then developed into Fibromyalgia. The fibromyalgia has severely limited my ability to function. I hav...

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How Can Pinterest Help Fibromyalgia Sufferers?

In the world of social media, a few months is a long time, so it may come as something of a surprise if I told you that Pinterest is the next big social media phenomenon, and that it has already celeb...

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Twitter, Facebook & Lawyers

These days, anybody who is anybody has a Twitter account or is a member of Facebook, LinkedIn or Youtube. Social network sites are very much in fashion and for many of you who are stuck at home more t...

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Using Social Media & How It Can Affect Your Case

Tis' the season to be jolly. Suffering from fibromyalgia shouldn't stop you from celebrating Christmas, but remember, if you have an ongoing legal case regarding your fibromyalgia, you must be extreme...

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How Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Sufferers Can Benefit From Social Media

When you suffer from chronic pain, it can be difficult to find people who really understand what you are going through, and who can offer you support and advice.  Groups like the Fibromyalgia Associa...

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