Author: Danielle M. Bringard, Personal Injury Lawyer
You've probably noticed that the market for wearable technology like fitness trackers and smart watches is on the rise, but did you know that the data they collect is admissable in court?
Fitbit is a company that makes wearable devices which gather information about your health as your wear them; they track statistics such as steps, heart rate, and will even monitor your sleep. In 2014, Fitbit had approximately 6.7 million paid/active users and sold 10.9 million devices. While the health benefits for these devices are numerous, a few precautions must be shared when it comes to your personal injury case.1. Wearables May…