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Los Angeles Personal Injury - Recorded Statements

Accident Attorney David B. Bobrosky explains why you shouldn't give recorded statements regarding your accident to insurance companies.


email: David B. Bobrosky

(818) 907-3254



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Reader Comments (1)

This makes sense to me entirely. I imagine this would make your rates sky rocket among other things. I thinks it's best to leave these details in the court room and with your lawyer. It will make things a lot less complicated.

February 12, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterRose Henderson

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