Mistakes to Avoid After a Car Accident

One of the biggest mistakes to avoid after a car accident in Florida is not to give any statements. This could have a negative effect on your case.

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Question:

Can I still win my case if my memory of the accident now conflicts with things I already said?

Answer:

Mistakes to Avoid After a Car AccidentAlthough your case is not necessarily lost if the account of what happened today is different from what you gave in a recorded statement early on, it significantly complicates things. This is why it is very important to make sure that you do not give a recorded statement unless you’re accompanied by an attorney. A conflicted statement is not necessarily fatal, but it makes things a lot more difficult, which is why it’s important to not give a statement when you’re not required to do so and to always be accompanied by an attorney when you do give a statement.


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