Should I give the at-fault party’s insurance company a recorded statement following an accident where I have been injured?

No.  One of the most common mistakes made by people involved in an auto accident is to give a statement, recorded or not, to the at-fault party's insurance company.  Insurance companies are in business to make money, so if they can get you on record as stating you do not have any serious injuries before you realize you need continued care, they will save money and you will not receive fair compensation for your needs.  If you are injured in an accident, we recommend always talking to an attorney to help you maximize your financial settlement and avoid procedural blunders like talking to the other side's insurance company.

Insurance Questions and Auto Accidents

Kellam T. Parks
Managing Member of Parks Zeigler, PLLC