Absolutely not. You are not required to do so and you should never agree to give a recorded statement to the bodily injury insurance adjuster. Remember, anything that you say can and will be twisted and taken out of context and used against you later. The insurance adjusters may tell you that you are required to do so, but this is not true. The insurance adjuster may be very friendly to you in the beginning, but this is only an act. Their job is to pay you as little as possible.
This is one of the biggest mistakes that people make when they try to represent themselves, or they have already given a recorded statement before they have had a chance to get proper legal advice from their attorney.
If you are reading this article, it is likely that you have been involved in a car wreck and have been contacted by a Insurance Adjuster about your bodily injuries. You don’t have to go at it alone, we are here to help your claim every step of the way.Personal Injury Attorneys at Pepper & Odom law firm give free initial case consultations where we can review you case. We fight with the Big Insurance Companies everyday and we understand how to protect your rights when it comes to Motor Vehicle Collisions.
By: Attorney Everett Pepper
Pepper & Odom Injury Lawyers
460 Briarwood Dr Ste 420
Jackson, MS 39206