Should I give a recorded statement to the insurance company?

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Have you or a loved one ever been in a car accident? A few days later, you may have received a call from the at-fault driver’s insurance carrier asking you to give a recorded statement.

Can you just say no?
The answer is yes.
You are NOT required to give a recorded statement.

In fact, the at-fault driver’s insurance company has all the information they need. They can:

  • Get the crash report from the entity that investigated the accident
  • Talk to their own insured about how the accident happened
  • Talk to you without the conversation being recorded

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