Should I provide statements to my insurance company and the insurance company of the driver who hit me?

In the state of Florida, you may be required to provide a statement to your own insurance company, because you actually have a contract with them, that requires that statement if they request one. However, you do not have a contract with the adverse party, or the defendant's insurance company. As a result, they cannot require you to give a statement, so we recommend that you hire an experienced personal injury attorney to take a look at the policies and make sure that you don't give a statement to the incorrect insurance company.

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