Absolutely not. Even if the insurance adjuster tells you that you are required to give a recorded statement, you are not. If they tell you they will close your file if you don’t provide it, they are lying. If you do provide this to the insurance company, they will use it against you in the future to reduce, deny, or delay your claim.
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