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Should I Give a Recorded Statement to the Insurance Rep?

Alan Morton
Advocate for Justice/Trial Lawyer

http://www.MortonLawyers.com If you have been in a car accident on Boise Avenue, you most likely have many questions about the personal injury claims process and what you should and shouldn’t do. Unfortunately, many people unknowingly make critical mistakes that harm their claims, which is why we want to warn you about something you should avoid doing after a crash. 

One of the biggest mistakes people make is allowing the insurance company for the other side to take their recorded statement. Although it sounds innocent to submit to a recorded interview in Idaho, you need to remember that the insurance representative for the other driver is looking to limit their liability at your expense. They will use anything you say against you in order to decrease their payout amount to you. The law does not require you to give the adverse insurance company a recorded statement after a car crash, and it is in your best interests not to submit to a recorded cross examination.

For help protecting your rights while pursuing your personal injury claim, contact injury attorney Alan Morton. Call 208.344.5555 for a free consultation or contact us online at http://www.mortonlawyers.com/contact.cfm.