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Atlanta Personal Injury Attorney – What Is A Recorded Statement And Do I Need To Give One?

Usually, if you are involved in a car accident, if you take it upon yourself to contact the insurance company to set up a claim, you will be requested to provide a recorded statement.  Sometimes this is formal and they will say we are now recording, do you give us authority to ask you a few questions.

Sometimes they just ask you a few questions because all of their phone calls are recorded.

A recorded statement is typically requested by an insurance company.  The purpose is to record everything that happened to you and ask you specific questions to lock down your testimony in a car accident claim.

This is the number one goal of all insurance adjusters!  If they get your recorded statement, they are half way done with your claim – and it will not help your case at all.

So, what do they use a recorded statement for anyway?

If you are in a car wreck, call 770-948-5454 or e-mail and ask for my special report on the Seven Secrets Of Your Georgia Car Wreck Claim….BEFORE you speak to the insurance company or an attorney.

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