You certainly shouldn’t. The insurance company wants you to give a recorded statement when I am not there, when you are unprepared, when you do not know the factors involved that will affect the way that statement is interpreted. Insurance adjusters that take these statements are trained to sway you, to try to lead you to make statements that are favorable to the insurance company and unfavorable to you and they are trained to minimize the information that may be favorable to you in the statement. The statement is in concrete once you’ve given it and it can be used against you from that time on, so you certainly should not give a statement when your attorney is not present and you’ve not been advised.

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