The insurer is asking for my sworn statement. Why? Do I need to make myself available for the sworn statement?

When the unexpected happens, we help individuals and businesses collect the money they deserve for their insurance claims.

When an insurance claim is filed, the insurance company has the opportunity to investigate the claim. That means that they need to be able to find out more facts and get more information about the whole situation. Under your insurance policy, you usually have the obligation to cooperate with the insurance company, and some of that cooperation includes giving them sworn statements about what happened. If you don’t cooperate with the insurance company, including failing to give a sworn statement if requested, the insurance company could deny coverage under your policy. So it’s important that you do cooperate and that you do tell the truth when you do cooperate. You may also want to look to retain the services of an attorney, particularly if you think that the insurance company doesn’t like something about your claim.

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