Speaking to an Insurance Company After a Motorcycle Accident
Speaking to an insurance company after a motorcycle accident could negatively affect your ability to recover compensation. Learn why in this video.
Should I talk to an insurance company after a motorcycle accident?
I was meeting with a new client who had been involved in a motorcycle crash and, unfortunately, she had given a recorded statement to the other driver’s insurance company. She asked me if that was a good idea, and, if not, why not. You may have that same question. Really, the answer is it’s never a good idea to give a recorded statement to the other driver’s insurance company. First of all, they don’t represent you, they represent the other driver, and any information you give them can be spun in such a way as to diminish the value of your claim.
Secondly, they’re trained to ask questions that will hurt your claim down the road, so it’s never a good idea to give a recorded statement to the insurance company. Instead, you should call your lawyer and have them deal with the insurance company. If you have other questions like these, please feel free to call us.
If you have been seriously injured in a motorcycle crash, you may have questions about speaking to an insurance company after a motorcycle accident in Wisconsin.
Contact Keberle, Patrykus & Laufenberg, LLP, today to consult with an experienced Washington County motorcycle accident attorney.
We can help you recover the full and fair compensation you deserve.
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