Do I need to Cooperate with the Insurance Company?
Most accident victims believe they must provide a statement to the adverse insurance carrier or sign medical authorizations. However, you do not need to do either of these. Insurance companies are not on your side, they obtain these statements to try and get you to say something inconsistent with the accidents. so they don't have to pay you. They want to obtain information regarding any prior accident or injuries to use against you. Please call our office before you speak with an insurance company.
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