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What Should I Do If I Am Asked to Give A Recorded Statement to An Insurance Adjuster in a Maryland Injury Claim?

What Should I Do If I am Asked By An Insurance Adjuster To Make A Recorded Statement in a Maryland Auto Accident Claim?

Do not make any statements a insurance adjusters without consulting your Maryland auto accident attorney.  If you are being aksed to speak with the other driver’s insurance company, then you are on the wrong side of a negotiation.  Anything you say to the other insurance company can be used against you in their denial your claim for injuries, lost wages, or pain and suffering.  Think of it as a statement to a police officer and they are investigating you for a crime.  Anything you say can and will be used against you at future negotiations and trial.    

You do not have to give a recorded statement, let you personal injury attorney speak with the insurance company on your behalf.  Anything the lawyer says will not be used against you.  Contact the Baltimore car accident attorneys at the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC< at 410-288-2900.

Also, do not sign anything until you have an attorney review the documents.  You could be signing your right to seek a claim for the injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering you insurred as part of your injury claim.

If you need help or have any question about your Baltimore car accident, call me at 410-288-2900 or send us an email.

Please be advised that you may be facing important legal deadlines in your Baltimore, Maryland auto accident claim, so don’t delay in contacting our office to discuss your claim.

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