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If I set up my Facebook page with privacy settings to prevent anyone from seeing my photos without me first accepting them as a friend will that prevent the insurance carrier/defense from discovering such?

A recent case out of the 4th District Court of Appeals enables the discovery of such photos so long as the defense attorney/requesting party discovery request is narrowly tailored to only specific photos or videos of the individual taken over a definitive period of time (two years in this case) and the photos depict the subject participating in what might be construed as a “strenuous activity” or engaging in conduct that would discredit their claims of injury.  Nucci v. Target Corp., So. 3d , 2015 WL 71726, 40 Fla. Law Weekly D166 (Fla. 4th DCA Jan. 7, 2015)

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