Recorded Insurance Statements: Know your Rights

After a car accident, you may get a call from the other person’s insurance company. They will ask you to give a statement of what happened in the accident. You may think you have to, but you are not required to do so. These statements are recorded and the insurance company can use your words against you by twisting your story. It is likely that you will be shaken up and in shock right after your accident. You may not even remember what happened. Many people think that if they tell the truth or what they think may have happened during the accident, there will be no problems. Our advice to you is, don’t give a recorded statement at all. If you have questions about what you need to do after an accident or if you are confused about your rights and want to know more, call us and let us see what we can do to help you.

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