Speaking to an Insurance Adjuster After a Slip and Fall

Speaking to an insurance adjuster after a slip and fall injury will have a negative impact on your ability to recover compensation. Learn more in this video.

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Question:

Should I speak to an insurance adjuster after a slip and fall injury?

Answer:

Speaking to an Insurance Adjuster After a Slip and FallYou slipped and fell, and now you are hurt. You’re resting at home when you receive a call from the insurance company. The person on the phone tells you that she is trying to do the right thing and that she needs you to give her as much information as you can so she can help you. While this may seem the thing to do, it is, in fact, the worst thing that you can do for your slip and fall case.

Never, ever, ever give a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster when you’ve slipped and fallen on someone else’s property. You’re not require to, and you do not have to. Call an attorney. Speak with us or another lawyer, and we’ll be happy to tell you what to do and how to walk you through that process. Do not, under any circumstances, give a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured due to a slip and fall in Georgia and have questions about speaking to an insurance adjuster?
Contact the experienced Georgia slip and fall lawyers at Princenthal, May & Wilson, LLC, today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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