Should I Give A Statement To The Other Driver’s Insurance Company?

No. When we have clients come to us after an automobile accident, we often find that the insurance company for the other driver called them and took a recorded statement over the phone or in person. It happens a lot, even before people have had a chance to hire their own attorney. The reason why the insurance companies do this is because they count on many accident victims not getting their own lawyer and then they can offer a quick and low settlement. Insurance companies count on the fact that you will not know the value of your case. The insurance company for the other driver is interested in asking you a lot of questions about the accident and finding out about your injuries and how you are feeling. That insurance company will try to use this information against you if you make a claim. Be alert that the other driver’s insurance company is not looking out for your best interest. While you do have an obligation to cooperate with your insurance company, you are under no obligation to talk to the other driver’s insurance company if they contact you. It is best to have your lawyer deal directly with the insurance company.

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