Will my Florida auto accident case be affected because I gave a recorded statement to the other driver's insurance company?

In Florida, by law, you are not required to give a recorded statement to the other driver's insurance company, so it's almost never a good idea. And actually your case could be affected. In Florida, the law states that for impeachment basically almost anything can be used to impeach you later, to impeach your deposition testimony or your testimony at trial. And as a result, that statement that you gave to the other side's insurance company could be used to prove that you're a liar later.

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