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Hi, I'm Paul McConnell from the doctor lawyer team. And I'm going to talk to you after you've been in an accident whether you should give a recorded statement to an insurance company. Now the doctor lawyer team is a personal injury firm devoted to helping clients navigate the insurance process after they've been involved in either a car, motorcycle or truck or pedestrian accident. Should you give a recorded statement after you've been in an accident to the insurance company? Straight answer is no. Don't do it. They're not your friend. Okay, you have different objectives. They're going to be very nice. They're trying to be nice, and they're trying to get information. But their objective is to minimize how much the insurance company is going to pay. Your objective is the opposite to maximize how much you're going to be able to get. So contact a personal injury attorney to make that call with you. So you're protected. Okay.
Now, the reality is a lot of times because insurance companies are quick to be calling you so a lot of times people already have spoken to an insurance company before they talked to a personal injury attorney. Listen, it's okay. It happens all too frequently. Our advice is don't do it. Call a personal injury attorney first, but if it's happened, it's okay. Just control what you can control and do the next right thing.
If you've been involved in an accident, call 911 Then call the Personal Injury Attorney. Call us at the number on the screen below. We're built differently. Join the team.
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