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Atlanta Personal Injury Attorney – Should I give a recorded statement after my Savannah car accident?

Generally speaking it is not in your best interest to give a recorded statement. The main reason is you are providing a statement that is being recorded for the sole purpose of denying or substantially reducing your claim. This recorded statement is often requested when you are recovering and a attempting to answer a bunch of questions, such as how am I going to afford the medical care, how much time am I going to miss from work, how am I going to pay my bills while I recover. The insurance company knows and understands this and is making every effort for you to shoot from the hip and give responses whether you know or suspect them being accurate. Then they will either use the information to deny your claim or substantially reduce the value.

If you would like to discuss your claim with an experienced Atlanta car accident lawyer | Savannah car accident attorney, call Ty Wilson at 1-888-689-5224.

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