Should I Give a Statement to an Insurance Company?

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February 25, 2016
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Miami Premises Liability Attorney Explains Dangers of Talking to Insurance Companies

Insurance companies may contact you following an accident in order to take a statement from you. This gesture may appear cordial on the surface, but actually, any statement you give will be used against you to prevent you from receiving damages for your suffering and injuries. The insurance companies, even your own insurer, are not on your side. Their job is to protect their bottom line and make profits. They do this by minimizing or denying claims to their own policyholders. In this video, Miami premises liability attorney Joe Kalbac explains when you should and should not give a statement to an insurance company without your own lawyer at your side.

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