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Should I give a recorded statement?

On Behalf of | Jan 31, 2014 | Uncategorized

The short answer is not without speaking with an attorney first. In any injury claim, a recorded statement is large part of what makes an insurance company accept or deny the claim. The most innocent of statements can allow the insurance company to deny responsibility. As the statement is recorded, there is no way to “un-do” these statements. The insurance company is trained to gear your responses to detrimental answers. Before you speak to an insurance adjuster, hand over written documents, or make statements to the police, you should always talk to an attorney first. Remember it does not cost anything to contact us for a free consultation. It may make a difference in whether your claim is accepted or denied. Contact us.

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