Should I provide statements to my insurance company and the insurance company of the driver who hit me?
It’s a two part question. The first answer is, yes. The second answer is no. The reason you should provide a statement to your insurance company is because they have a contract with you and you have a duty to cooperate with them. Secondly, the reason you should not give a statement to the at fault party, or the liability insurance carrier, is because they’re there to help save the insurance company money. You may be under medication. You may not be aware of all the facts that happened in your case. So you should not give them a written or recorded statement. What you should do is get their name, the claim number and their phone number and then hire a lawyer, who does personal injury, to help you.