The insurance company has told me they need a record statement. Should I do it?

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Do not agree to take a recorded statement!

The adjuster will most likely ask for your recorded statement. Do not be fooled by this request. You are not legally required to give a statement to the other driver’s insurance company adjuster. Doing so will probably allow them to access information that they may use against you to settle on a lower payout. Protect your rights! Refuse the recorded statement! Your answers can and will be held against you!

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