Should I Give a Recorded Statement?
No. Never. Following your Massachusetts personal injury accident, the insurance company that insures the person or persons that caused your injuries will want to obtain a recorded statement from you. I have one thing to say: don’t give a recorded statement to the insurance company!
The insurance company is not your friend and do not let them talk you into giving them a recorded statement. Your recorded statement will only come back to haunt you later down the road when you try to settle your claim. The only thing the insurance company wants to do is pay you as little as possible for your claim. Insurance companies are in the business of making money, not paying money out to injury claimants. Allowing them to take your recorded statement helps the insurance company do just that. It can only harm your case if you provide a recorded statement! Don’t do it!