First things first – Don’t get into a panic. Although giving a recorded statement to the insurance company is never advised, and might raise some issues with your case in the future, you may be able to save your injury claim – especially with the help of an experienced car accident attorney. You’re not the first car accident victim in San Antonio to get tricked into providing a recorded statement, and you definitely won’t be the last.
Depending on the circumstances of your accident and what was recorded in the statement, you may still have a chance of building a strong case even with the insurance company using your words against you. However, this all depends on having reliable assistance from an attorney experienced in battling the insurance company tactics.
Here’s what you can do.
- Know your rights to avoid making any more mistakes. You can call us to request a copy of our book, “10 Deadly Mistakes That Can Kill Your Texas Accident Case,” or you can download a free copy here. This book is a comprehensive guide on what to do and what not to do during the claims process in the state of Texas. This book will tell you how to protect your rights and avoid some of the common mistakes injured victims make when filing a personal injury claim.
- Talk to a lawyer with experience in handling car accident claims. Every case is unique, and not all lawyers know how to deal with complex car accident claims. Get in touch with a lawyer who can provide expert advice, one who takes the time to understand your case and provide you with a to-do list of steps to minimize the potential damage done by your recorded statement. Our legal is team is more than happy to provide you with assistance—call us today at (210) 593-8709 to schedule a FREE consultation to see how we can help you salvage your injury case.
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