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A Recorded Statement About Your Car Accident Can and Will be Used Against You

If you were involved in a Connecticut car accident that was not your fault, you will be contacted by the at-fault party's insurance adjuster to give a recorded statement. Beware! It is never advisable to give a recorded statement without consulting a Connecticut car accident attorney first.  Insurance adjusters know this and will use various tactics to goat an innocent party into giving a statement before they have hired a car accident lawyer.  The adjuster will say things like "If you give me a statement I will be able to get you your property check sooner." Or, "We need a statement in order to know how much money to set aside for your claim." These are just ways of pressuring individuals before they have had a chance to consult with an accident attorney.