Giving a Recorded Statement After a Car Accident
Giving a recorded statement after a car accident could hurt your ability to recover compensation. Contact our office for expert legal advice.
Should I talk to an insurance company about my car accident?
After a car crash, it is never a good idea to give a statement to the insurance company’s adjuster. Insurance companies are not in the business of paying out compensation to other people who have been injured. They’re in the business of making money for themselves and for their shareholders. Additionally, it’s been our experience as a firm that insurance companies at times have doctored statements and transcripts that people have given them to win a case.
To avoid these scenarios, you need to talk to an attorney who is experienced in this area of the law to guide you through that process. We here at the Chavez Law Firm have the necessary trial experience, and we are ready, willing and able to answer all the questions that you have concerning your case. Please give us a call; we’re happy to help.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a motor vehicle crash in Texas and have questions about giving a recorded statement to an insurance company?
Contact our experienced El Paso car accident lawyers at Chavez Law Firm today for a free case evaluation and case evaluation.
Let our experience work for you.
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