Giving a Recorded Statement After a Car Accident

Giving a recorded statement after a car accident could have a negative effect on your ability to recover compensation. Learn why in this video.

Question:

Should I speak to an insurance company after a car accident?

Answer:

Giving a Recorded Statement After a Car AccidentI talked to a client last week who was run off the road on a rainy day on I-20, knocked down an embankment, and seriously injured. The other driver’s insurance company called the client and asked for a recorded statement almost immediately. The client asked me whether they should give a recorded statement. I told the client no. If you’re reading this, you may have the same question. My advice to you is to never give a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster. These insurance adjusters are trained to get information favorable to their case, in an effort to pay the least amount of money possible.


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