It's long been established that your social media accounts are subject to analysis by courts - and that's applicable to both criminal cases as well as personal injury and other civil claims.
That means that the persons or organizations against whom you have filed a personal injury lawsuit have the right to petition the court for your personal tweets, posts, shares, likes, photos, videos and other relevant evidence.
However, courts have also found there must be limits. One such case was decided recently in the Florida Court of Appeal Second Circuit. The case, Root v. Balfour Beatty Construction LLC, stems from a hit-and-run pedestrian accident in front of a construction zone involving a boy who at the time was just 3-years-old.