http://YourAttorneys.com Have you received a letter from the insurance company asking you to provide a sworn statement or an examination under oath (EUO)? You may not know what this is or if you have to comply with the insurer’s wishes. Watch this video as a skilled Miami insurance claims attorney explains more about sworn statements and examinations under oath.
Under your insurance policy, there is most likely a sworn statement or EUO provision that allows the insurance company to conduct an examination under oath. This means that you will be called into a conference room where the lawyer for the insurance company will question you and examine you about your claim under oath. Generally, you have to comply with this request so that your claim isn’t denied. Unfortunately, the EUO is often used to delay claims and scare and intimidate policyholders. Because many policyholders have felt harassed during the EUO, it is best to consult with a knowledgeable Miami insurance claims lawyer so that you are properly prepared and represented.
For legal representation with your Florida property claim or Miami insurance claim claim, you should contact J.P. Gonzalez-Sirgo at 866-71-CLAIM or 305-461-1095 for a free consultation, or contact us online at http://www.jpgonzalez-sirgo.com/contact.cfm.