Motorcycle Accident Recorded Statement

In this video, our experienced Utah injury attorney discusses why you should never give a motorcycle accident recorded statement to an insurance company.

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Question:

Should I speak with insurance companies after a motorcycle accident?

Answer:

If you’re involved in a motorcycle crash in the state of Utah, you’ll probably get a call from the insurance company for the driver of the other vehicle, and they’ll want to take a recorded statement. What the insurance adjusters want to do in that case is get you to talk about what you were doing that was unsafe. Motorcycle Accident Recorded Statement They’ll try to talk about speed and other issues. They’ll talk about your injuries, which, at this point, you probably won’t know much about, and they’ll want you to say they’re not as significant as they really are. For these reasons, we recommend that you contact an attorney before you ever give a recorded statement to the insurance company.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a motorcycle crash and have questions about giving a recorded statement to an insurance company?
Contact our dedicated Utah motorcycle accident attorneys at Swenson & Shelley today for a free confidential consultation.
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Out of Town Legal Resources

A father called our office recently with questions concerning his son’s motorcycle accident case in Texas. While we don’t practice in Texas, we found these personal injury attorneys in San Antonio, TX that did a nice job with their online legal guides and educational videos. If you or someone you know is ever unfortunately injured in a motorcycle accident in Texas, take a look at their online motorcycle accident resources.