Giving a Recorded Statement After a Bike Accident

Giving a recorded statement after a bike accident injury could hurt your ability to recover compensation. Learn how to protect your rights in this video, then call our lawyers now.

Question:

Should I give a recorded statement about my bicycle accident case?

Answer:

Last month, I spoke to a man from South Carolina who had had a bicycle accident, and he asked me a similar question. He had actually spoken to the liability insurance carrier and had given a sworn statement to them. He wanted to know if that was a good idea. The answer to that is almost always, no. You have no duty whatsoever as an injured party to speak to the insurance company for the person who has caused your injuries. You may have responsibility to your own insurance carrier, but you have none to the person that hit you. That insurance company’s only responsibility is to make you whole as a result of the negligent acts of their insured.

If anyone out there has been in a bicycle accident, I would be more than happy to answer any questions that you have.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured due to someone else’s negligence and have questions about giving a recorded statement after a bicycle accident injury? Contact the experienced North Augusta bicycle accident lawyers at Nimmons Malchow Johnson today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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