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Giving a Recorded Statement After a Motorcycle Accident

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

Question:

Should I talk to an insurance company about my motorcycle accident?

Answer:

Giving a Recorded Statement After a Motorcycle AccidentOne of the first questions we ask clients is if they have given a statement to the insurance adjuster or the representative for the driver. It is never a good idea to give a recorded statement to the insurance company’s adjuster or the driver’s representative’s adjuster. The reason is that their interest in taking a statement is not to get at the truth; it is to try to get their driver out of the mess that they’ve put themselves in by being a negligent driver. We know this at the Chavez Law Firm, and we know how to guide our clients through this process. If you have, unfortunately, found yourself in this sort of situation, give us a call. We are more than happy to answer any and all questions you have in this regard.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured in motorcycle crash in Texas and have questions about giving a recorded statement to an insurance company?
Contact the experienced El Paso motorcycle accident lawyers at Chavez Law Firm today for a free case evaluation and case evaluation.
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