Giving a Recorded Statement After a Slip and Fall Injury

Giving a recorded statement after a slip and fall injury could have a negative effect on your ability to recover compensation. Learn why in this video.

Should I speak to an insurance company about my slip and fall claim?

I spoke to a lady on the telephone the other day who was badly injured in a slip and fall case in a grocery store in Evans, Georgia. One of the questions the lady had for me was whether or not she should she give a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster. If you’re reading this, you may have the same question. I’ll tell you what I told the client over the telephone. Never give a recorded statement or talk to an insurance adjuster over the telephone in slip and fall cases.

In slip and fall cases, adjusters are trained to get information about whether the customer could have seen the foreign object on the ground. If the customer agrees to that, it will be very detrimental to the case. Clients who have been injured in slip and falls need to consult with an attorney experienced in slip and fall cases as soon as possible. They’re able to explain the different nuances of the slip and fall law to them.

Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a slip and fall accident and have questions about giving a recorded statement to an insurance company?

Contact the experienced Augusta slip and fall lawyers at Nimmons Malchow Johnson Injury Lawyers today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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