Car Accident Recorded Statement

In this video, our experienced attorney discusses why you should never give a car accident recorded statement to an insurance company.

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Question:

Should I speak with an insurance company after a car accident?

Answer:

Car Accident Recorded StatementThe first most common mistake is people give a recorded statement to the insurance companies. That recorded statement is designed to try to trick you and trap you. Insurance adjusters are taking that statement to try to pay as little as possible. The next mistake that people make is they take a first offer. The first offer is almost always a lowball from the insurance adjuster, and they’re just trying to get the case done quickly and for as little as possible.


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