The Insurance Adjuster Asked Me To Record A Statement. Should I Do That?
A: If the insurance company for the at-fault party asks you to provide a recorded statement, I would not do so. Rather I would consult an experienced maritime lawyer to explain all of your rights and help you out before even deciding whether or not you're going to talk to the insurance company for the at-fault party. Now, if your own insurance company does ask you for a recorded statement, you're going to have to cooperate in that circumstance with your own insurance company. However, I would still consult an experienced maritime attorney before even doing that.
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