Giving a Recorded Statement After a Construction Accident

Giving a recorded statement after a construction accident could hurt your ability to recover compensation. Contact our office for expert legal advice.


Should I talk to an insurance company about my construction injury?


After an injury sustained at a construction site, either as an employee at the construction site or as a guest to the construction site, it is never a good idea to speak to the insurance representative or the company representative to give a statement. Giving a Recorded Statement After a Construction Accident Insurance representatives aren’t there to get the full story. They’re there, very simply, to try to get you or whoever was injured on the construction site to give a version that absolves their client of responsibility for the injuries that they’ve caused. We at the Chavez Law Firm are aware of this problem and are able to guide our clients through the process of not only figuring out what medical treatment they, but also how to get full and fair compensation for their injuries.

Were you or a loved one seriously injured on a job site in Texas and have questions about giving a recorded statement to an insurance company?
Contact our experienced El Paso construction accident attorneys at Chavez Law Firm today for a free case evaluation and case evaluation.
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