Speaking to the Insurance Company After a Motorcycle Accident

You may be curious about speaking to the insurance company after a motorcycle accident. Watch this video, then contact our Virginia attorneys to get started.

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Question:

Should I speak to the insurance company after a motorcycle accident?

Answer:

When I’m asked by clients if it’s okay to take a call from an insurance adjuster when they’ve had a motorcycle collision in Virginia, I always tell them, “Don’t do it.” We’re not trying to hide anything from anybody when we represent people who were injured in motorcycle accident cases in Virginia. Insurance companies have proven techniques that they will use that are unknown to most people on how to trick people in saying things that can be misconstrued later, taken out of context, even down to the simple “Well, how are you today, Mr. Jones?” “Oh, I’m fine,” is the normal answer. Well, of course you’re not fine in the sense of the car crash injuries that you’ve sustained, but as a polite introductory statement, you’ll say that. That’s a perfect example of how they will use your recorded statement out of context to try to minimize or defeat your personal injury claim from a motorcycle accident in Virginia.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured due to wreck and have questions about speaking to the insurance company after a motorcycle accident? Contact a Virginia motorcycle accident lawyer at The Strong Law Firm today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.

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