Motorcycle Accident Recorded Statement

Giving a motorcycle accident recorded statement could ultimately hurt your ability to recover compensation. Call our North Augusta attorneys today.

Question:

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

Answer:

Motorcycle Accident Recorded StatementI met recently with a client who was involved in a motorcycle accident, on Interstate 26, on his way from Columbia to Charleston, South Carolina. He unfortunately suffered a right leg amputation as a result of this collision. He told me that a State Farm adjuster was calling to take his recorded statement while he was in the hospital, and he wanted to know if he should give a recorded statement. If you’re reading this, you may have similar questions. I’ll share with you what I shared with my client.

I told the client to not give a recorded statement. These insurance adjusters are trained to get information that is favorable for their case and unfavorable for your case. They will use this information to devalue your case or deny your case.

If you have any questions about your motorcycle accident case in the state of South Carolina, give me a call. We’d be happy to help.

 


Were you or a loved one injured while riding a motorcycle and have questions about giving a motorcycle accident recorded statement? Contact the experienced North Augusta motorcycle accident lawyers at Nimmons Malchow Johnson today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

We can help get your life back on track.

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