Q The other driver's insurance company wants to interview me on the telephone and record what I say. Should I do that?
You should not give a recorded statement to an adjuster until you have talked to a lawyer. The adjuster is trained to try to get you to say things that are not helpful to your case and that, in fact, could result in the insurance company denying liability. Before talking to the adjuster for the other driver at all, contact a lawyer. You don't want to be the only person who does not know what is going on.
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