After my car accident an insurance adjustor keeps calling me asking for a recorded statement. What should I do?
Insurance adjustors are trained professionals who are in the business to save their company money. After an Iowa car accident, they will start calling you immediately so that they can try and settle your case as quickly as possible. They hope that you will admit some fault in the recorded statement you give them. This way they will be able to lessen your claim amount. Remember, they are not looking out for you, but rather they are trying to lessen their company's liability.
It is never a good idea to give the insurance company a recorded statement or sign any papers until you have spoken with a Cedar Rapids personal injury attorney. If you would like us to review your case, please call us today at (319) 866-9277 for a free legal evaluation.
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