Giving a Recorded Statement After a Pedestrian Accident

Giving a recorded statement after a pedestrian 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 pedestrian accident?

Answer:

Giving a Recorded Statement After a Pedestrian AccidentI had a client call me who was recently injured as a pedestrian on Washington Road.  It was a day after the accident and the insurance company for the driver was already asking to take his recorded statement. If you’ve been involved in a pedestrian accident, you may be wondering if you should talk to the insurance company. I advised that client and I advise you to never give a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster. Insurance adjusters are trained to ask questions and receive answers that are favorable to their case. They will use that information to devalue your case and not pay you the proper amount of money for your damages.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a pedestrian accident and have questions about giving a recorded statement to an insurance company?
Contact the experienced Georgia pedestrian accident lawyers at Nimmons Malchow Johnson today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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