Do I have to give a recorded statement to the insurance company in a Florida auto accident case?

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The answer to that is yes and no. You are required under your policy with your insurance company to provide them with a recorded statement at some point in time. However you are also permitted to be represented by an attorney before doing so and I strongly suggest an attorney before providing your insurance company with a recorded statement. You are under no obligation to provide the insurance company representing the at-fault driver with a recorded statement and I strongly suggest you do not do so. Either way if you’ve been involved in a car accident I would recommend an attorney before speaking with any insurance company.