Giving a Recorded Statement to an Insurance Company

Giving a recorded statement to an insurance company could have a negative effect on your ability to recover personal injury compensation.

Question:

Should I speak to an insurance company about my personal injury claim?

Answer:

Giving a Recorded Statement to an Insurance CompanyI had a client call me last week and ask if they should give a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster after a personal injury case. I told the client absolutely no. The insurance adjusters will call and try to be buddy-buddy with a client to get the client to give information that is not helpful to the client’s case.

It’s the insurance adjuster’s job to get information against the client and devalue the case. If the client is represented by a lawyer, the insurance adjuster cannot talk to the client. They can only communicate with the client through a lawyer. I advised the potential client not to talk to the insurance adjuster and set up an appointment to meet with them.

If you have any questions about your case, please give us a call. The consultation is free. We’d be happy to help.


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