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Dealing with the Adjuster: Recorded Statement

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This month, we will be looking at the issue of talking to the adjuster. It is not unusual for insurance companies to have specific adjusters who are hired to speak with unrepresented people. Clearly, this is being done to save the company money and minimize their liability.

Why do they want to take a recorded statement? Because they want to lock you into a story which they can control. When asked to give a statement, ask if they will provide you with a statement of the defendant driver or if they will put in writing that the defendant driver is 100% at fault. See what reaction you get and this will answer many questions for you as to what they are really trying to do.

If you, your family or someone you know is in an accident, it is worth taking the time to sit down and talk to an experienced law firm with success in helping people that are injured through no fault of their own. The consultations are free and it allows you to figure out what rights you have after an injury.