Do I have to give a recorded statement to the insurance company in a car accident case?

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In a Florida car accident case, you do not need to give a statement, a recorded statement to the insurance company if they represent the at-fault driver. In fact, we recommend that you do not give a statement to them. However, normally you are required to give a statement to your own insurance company. You’re required to cooperate with your insurance company. However, you certainly can have your lawyer present and it can be done at a time and place that is convenient for you so we recommend first that you retain counsel and that you have some guidance, have them present, when you give that statement to your insurance company.

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