Boat Accident Recorded StatementGiving a boat accident recorded statement to an insurance company will hurt your personal injury claim. Call our office for legal advice. Get Our FREE Boat Accident Guide
Question:Should I speak to insurance companies after a boat accident?
When a person is injured in a boating accident, they are often asked by the insurance company of the at-fault party to provide a recorded statement over what occurred. We are often asked whether it is a good idea to give this recorded statement, and the answer is always no. While you may think this is beneficial to your case, the exact opposite is generally true. The insurance company uses a trained claims examiner who will ask questions in a way that will lead to misleading answers, which will be detrimental to your case later on. Don’t ever give a recorded statement to an insurance company, especially when you don’t have an attorney present.
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