Car Accident Recorded Statement
Giving a car accident recorded statement to an insurance company will hurt your personal injury claim. Call our office for legal advice.
Should I speak with insurance companies after a car accident?
We’re often asked by people whether they should give a recorded statement to the at-fault party’s insurance company when one is requested. The answer to this is, no, don’t ever do that, especially without a lawyer present. When a car wreck has occurred, the at-fault driver’s insurance company will often ask the injured party to give a recorded statement of what occurred. The injured party may think they’re doing their claim a service in making it, but in reality they are only causing hurting themselves. Insurance companies utilize trained insurance adjusters who will ask questions that may be confusing and misleading. Don’t ever participate in one of these statements, especially without the presence of your attorney.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured in an automobile wreck in Georgia and have questions about speaking to an insurance company after an accident?
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Out of Town Legal Resources
We get calls from people who are injured in car accidents in other areas of the country. We are constantly looking for attorneys and online resources that can help people in other areas. We found a personal injury firm in McAllen, TX that focuses on car accidents and also provides great online resources. Check out their Texas Car Accident Guide.