Truck Accident Recorded Statement
In this video, our experienced Utah injury lawyer discusses why you should never give a truck accident recorded statement to an insurance company.
Should I speak with insurance companies after a truck accident?
In the state of Utah, if you’ve been involved in a truck crash, you may be asked by the insurance company to give a recorded statement. I generally recommend that you not give a recorded statement without talking to an attorney first. The insurance companies train their adjusters how to ask questions to get the answers they want. They try to reduce the value of your claim by indicating that you’re not hurt or you’re not as hurt as you claim to be. They also talk about whether you’re at fault or if they can get some fault put on you. It’s not a good idea to talk to them and you’re not required to do so. Give an attorney a call first.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a commercial vehicle crash and have questions about speaking to insurance companies after a truck accident?
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Out of Town Legal Resources
We are constantly looking for attorneys and helpful online resources in other parts of the country. We found these personal injury lawyers in Miami, FL that did a great job with their online legal resources. If you or a loved one are ever injured in a truck accident in Florida, check out their online truck accident resource page.