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Frequently Asked Questions: Personal Injury

If I am injured due to someone else’s negligence, should I provide a statement to their insurance?

Absolutely not, under any circumstances.  Any statements provided to an insurance company can and will be used against you in an effort to receive just compensation for your injuries.  An insurance company’s main focus is to obtain as much information and evidence as it is able to in order to either deny outright the liability of its insured or to pay as little as possible for the personal injuries sustained as a result of the negligence of its insured.  Always consult with an attorney before you speak with an insurance company.

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