NO, you do not need to give a statement to the other person’s insurance company after an accident.

You do not have a contract with the other person’s insurance company and you have no obligation to cooperate with their investigation or make a statement. They will tell you it is necessary for them to fully investigate your claim; they’ll lead you to believe that if you don’t make a statement, they won’t pay you. Neither of these statements are true. Any statement you make can be twisted in the insurance company's favor. Do not make a statement, say as little as possible if and when they call.

Hire a Car Accident Attorney to Handle Insurance Companies

You do not have to handle your car accident alone. You do not have to speak to the other party's insurance company without representation. Your local personal injury attorney most likely handles car accident claims and can help you navigate the complex world of insurance companies.

Brooks & Crowley serves car accident victims in Eastern Massachusetts. Our offices in Dedham, Norwell and South Boston can help you get through the legal steps that follow a car accident or trucking accident. Contact our Massachusetts personal injury attorneys today!

Neil P. Crowley
Personal injury attorney for vehicle and construction accident, premises liability and wrongful death cases.