Recorded statements allow the adjuster to hear your side of what happened and how you believe the damage to your home occurred. Unfortunately, many claims adjusters will use the recorded statement as an opportunity to trip-up a claimant. Isn't it ironic that your own insurance company will try to confuse your or trip-you-up? Aren't you the client? Well, unfortunately this happens all the time. The insurance company wants you to say something that they can use to hurt your claim - you need to be careful. This is because what you say will be part of your claim file forever. We would recommend that you contact our office to assist you in the preparation of your recorded statement. Our attorneys are experienced and know what to look for and can help you gather all the information you may need to prepare you for your recorded statement.
Common questions asked in a First-Party Claim recorded statement
If you have an upcoming recorded statement, don't go at it alone - let the attorneys at Gonzalez & Herrera prepare you and conduct the recorded statement with you side by side so that you retain the full value of your claim. Contact us now for a free evaluation of your claim