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What is a recorded statement?

A recorded statement is requested by an insurance company to gather information of the occurrences of your car accident. You DO NOT have to give a recorded statement. We would advise that you do not give one. The main objective of a recorded statement is to find something in your testimony that will help them lay some or all of the fault on you. Why give them that opportunity? If they are holding out settling your claim without a recorded statement, tell them you will give one to your own insurance company and they can request a transcribed copy from them. Do not give a recorded statement unless your personal injury attorney gives you permission and is on the phone with you during the conversation.

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