If it is your own insurance company, you have a duty to cooperate with their investigation of the accident, so yes, that’s the answer to that question. You do have to give a recorded statement to your own insurance company. However, you also have the right to have an attorney present and an attorney to counsel you before you do give that statement.
Now, on the other hand, to the other party’s insurance company, you are not under any obligation to give them a recorded statement, and, in fact, we recommend that you not do so.
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