Talking to Insurance Companies

Check out this video about talking to insurance companies after being injured in a motorcycle accident. Then, call Smith & Green today.

Question:

After a motorcycle crash, is it a good idea to talk to insurance companies?

Answer:

Talking to Insurance Companies After a motorcycle accident, you will have a barrage of calls from insurance companies – your insurance company, the at-fault driver’s insurance company, the healthcare insurance companies – the list goes on and on of folks who will want to talk with you. They’ll want to get recorded statements from you. One thing should be abundantly clear— it is so important that you retain competent counsel as soon as possible after being involved in an accident because the insurance companies will press you for a recorded statement. Please be assured that they’re not recording these statements for your benefit; it’s for their benefit to determine the amount of liability. Yes, your own insurance company can deny liability for your injuries that you have sustained as a result of the accident.

It’s never a good idea just to trust the insurance company and give a recorded statement. It is the best idea to call an attorney early on. They will walk you through the insurance process, talk to the insurance companies for you, and tell the insurance companies, in fact, to not call you at all and to call the law office and deal with them, so you don’t say anything that could be used against you later to devalue your case or minimize the amount of your recovery.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a motor vehicle crash in Florida and have questions about talking to insurance companies? Contact experienced Phoenix Motorcycle Accident Attorneys at Smith & Green today for a legal consultation.

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