An insurance adjuster for the other driver called me and wants a recorded statement? Should I go ahead and provide them with one?

Absolutely not. Someone involved in a car accident with another driver does have to provide information to their own insurance company, but they are not obligated to provide information to the other driver’s insurance representatives. He or she should never proceed with any kind of recorded statement with an insurance company without first consulting with an experienced personal injury attorney.

Insurance adjusters are only looking out for their company’s bottom line. They do that by casting doubt on liability and medical claims, looking for pre-existing injuries that may be dismissed in a claim for personal injury as the result of an accident.

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