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Giving a Recorded Statement After a Burn Injury

Giving a recorded statement after a burn injury could hurt your ability to recover compensation. Contact our office for experienced legal advice.
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Should I talk to an insurance company about my burn injury?


Giving a Recorded Statement After a Burn InjuryAfter you have a burn injury, our firm advises that you should never speak with an insurance company representative or the representative of the negligent defendant. It’s been our experience that these representatives or insurance adjusters are not in the business of getting the full story. Their goal is to get you on record saying something that absolves their insurance company or their negligent defendant from liability so that they don’t have to compensate you full and fairly for the injuries they caused.

We know this at the Chavez Law Firm, and if you have questions or you need information about your burn injury case or claim, give us a call and we will be happy to sit down with you and answer your questions.

Have you or a loved one suffered a serious burn injury in Texas and have questions about giving a recorded statement to an insurance company? Contact our experienced El Paso burn injury attorneys at Chavez Law Firm today for a free case evaluation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you. Download Our Free Burn Injury Guide Like Us on Facebook