Why you should never give a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster
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In about all the circumstance that we face, we pick up a phone, call a store, or place an order, you hear in the background “do you mind if we record you”, or “this call is being recorded”. Typically that’s no big deal however, in a personal injury case it’s a real big deal.
If you give a recorded statement, whatever you say is going to come back and they can try to use that against you. You might be giving a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster talking about something as simple as north or south, east or west, the direction in which you were going. No body really pays attention to that at the time of the impact. They can take that minor inconsistency and pretend that you have a credibility problem.
Do you have the right to say no? Yes! If someone to record you just say no. Pickup the phone and call an attorney to talk with him or her about what is this insurance company wanting a recorded statement for.
If you or a loved one have been harmed due to the negligence of another person, please contact us today to discuss your case. There is no cost or obligation to speak with one of our attorneys. We can be reached at 800.360.7015.