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Do I have to give a recorded statement to my insurance company after a car accident in Illinois?

Typically insurance policies are written with what’s called a cooperation clause which requires the insured the person to cooperate with their own insurance company that requires if they if asked typically to give a recorded statement with regard to the circumstances of the accident now we would suggest that you hire an attorney before you give that recorded statement to give you proper advice about how to do it also keep in mind that in Illinois that recorded statement taken by your own insurance company cannot be revealed to and the other side is not allowed to get a copy of that statement.

The Illinois personal injury law firm of Phillips Law Offices has a recognized reputation as having aggressive, skilled, and determined representatives and advocates for injured individuals and their families. Allow our Chicago, Illinois car accident attorneys to pursue damages on your behalf as you focus on full recovery.


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