Do I have to provide a deposition or statement if I am in pro per for an auto injury claim?

If I decide to handle my own auto personal injury case, do I have to provide a statement to the other AT FAULT insurers insurance company? I was an injured passenger in my sister’s car and the other person was found to be 100% at fault by their own insurance company. Too, can I file a claim with my sister’s insurance and my own insurance? I am not with the same auto insurance carrier (it’s been about 2-3 months that I switched), but can I still claim with them? Thanks

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One Response to “Do I have to provide a deposition or statement if I am in pro per for an auto injury claim?”

  1. frak1a12345 Says:

    Yes, you have to provide a statement to the other insurance company. If you were seriously hurt(meaning big medical bills) it is probably not a good idea to handle it yourself. You should file a claim with the at fault insurance company first and not with your or your sister’s carrier unless a problem develops and your claim is not being settled in a timely fashion(be patient–they will try to drag things out if they think you are desperate for money). Medical bills should not be an issue–it is the pain and suffering that cause the big hassles. Lost wages and property damage should not be an issue either but beware–they will try to underpay you every which way they can! Good luck!!