Personal Injury Recorded Statement
Our offices were recently contact by a client who had been injured in a personal injury accident. He wanted to know if it was okay to give a recorded statement to the insurance company. The answer is absolutely not. We never advise our clients to give recorded statements to the insurance company. Insurance company adjusters are specially trained to elicit information that is beneficial to the insured or the insurance company— not to our clients. Their ultimate goal is to minimize the amount of money that is paid out on the claim.
If you have any questions regarding an injury that you suffered, and whether or not you should give a statement to the insurance company, please feel free to give us a call so we can get on the case and protect your interests.
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