What Should I Do If My Insurance Company Requests a Recorded Statement?

In today's video, Kissimmee personal injury lawyer, Charlie Draper explains what to do if your insurance company wants you to give a recorded statement following an automobile accident in Florida. 

Giving a Recorded Statement After an Auto Accident 

Under the terms of your automobile policy, you must report the accident to them and cooperate with them. By not giving a statement, you run the risk of having your coverage dropped and potentially having your claim denied. 

Cooperating with the insurance company includes giving some type of statement – either verbal, written or recorded. When giving your statement, you have the right to have a lawyer present.  It is recommended that you do so. It is a good idea to have a car accident lawyer present any time you give a statement to your insurance company. Watch the video to learn more. 

If you have additional questions regarding giving a recorded statement to your insurance company after being involved in a car accident, call the experienced Kissimmee car accident lawyers of Draper Law Offices at (407) 846-0075. I welcome your call. Visit our educational website, where you can view more videos and media content from our law firm. 

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I was referred to Draper Law by my father in-law after being hit from behind in an auto accident. I didn't realize, at the time, what an important decision I was making by hiring a personal injury attorney to represent me. Charles Draper took the time to explain the process and what I could expect. His professional team was there for me every step of the way through a long, and often complicated, legal experience. I just want to express my sincerest gratitude for all the efforts that were taken by Charlie and his team on my behalf in obtaining a settlement on my case.