Should I Speak to the Other Driver’s Insurance Company If They Contact Me?
Before you say something that may be used against you in your injury claim, watch this video by experienced South Carolina car accident lawyer Matthew Breen to find out whether you should speak with the insurance company for the other driver if you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident in South Carolina.
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Were you or a loved one injured in a car accident in South Carolina and have questions about whether you should speak with the insurance adjuster for the other driver if they contact you?
You should not speak to the driver’s insurance company if they contact you. What you can say is okay. Thank you. Can I please get your contact info for the adjuster who will be handling this claim? Get their number, get the claim number that’s been set up, and you need to contact me to represent you in your claim.
Most likely, if you already have me in your claim and the at-fault driver’s insurance company contacts you, I will have already contacted the insurance company, but I need to know if they’re contacting you because that needs to stop. Because if you speak to the insurance company before you hire me, you’re going to be saying things that possibly could hurt your case, and we don’t want that because the insurance company is going to be trying to get out of the claim for as cheap as they can, and we don’t want that.
If you or someone you love was injured in a car accident in South Carolina, it’s crucial you contact an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to protect your rights. Schedule a free consultation with dedicated South Carolina car accident lawyer Matthew Breen and let his experience work for you.