Should I give a recorded statement to the other driver’s insurance company?

2013 June 25

If you have been in an california, and you are getting pressure from the other driver’s insurance company to give a recorded statement – don’t do it! You should never give the other driver’s insurance company such a statement, since you are not required by law. However, sometimes insurance companies will try to pressure you to provide a recorded statement. If this happens, please consult an experienced California Auto Accident Attorney.If you give a statement to the insurance company of the other driver who hit you, your words could get used against you. Most of the time, such a statement will do more harm than good. We don’t ever advise anyone to give an insurance company a recorded statement without first consulting a knowledgeable personal injury attorney.

If you have been injured in a car accident, then contact Ezer Law Group, a California experianced personal injury attorney, at 408-244-3322 to find out your legal options.