Your Insurance Company is Asking for a Sworn Statement - Now What?

J.P. Gonzalez-Sirgo
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As part of an insurance company's routine investigation of a claim, they may ask for a sworn statement. Sworn statements are also known as examinations under oath. That means that they would like for you to come into their office and answer questions under oath, typically posed by a lawyer. Most insurance policies give that right to the insurance company, to make such a request. If you receive such a request, that would definitely be the time to hire an attorney. You're going to want to be prepared for that statement, and you're going to want to have counsel at the table representing your rights at that examination under oath. So in short, yes, you're going to likely have to comply with that sworn statement, but you don't have to do it alone. You can bring an attorney to help you with that.

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