Are You Required To Submit To An Examination Under Oath For Your Insurance Claim?
Have you filed a claim against your home, auto or commercial insurance policy, only to be told by the insurance company they require an examination under oath? Perhaps your insurance provider requires sworn testimony prior to making a payment on a claim. During the process, you will be facing experienced insurance defense lawyers who are trained in the art of investigation and cross-examination.
While you may feel confident that your claim is legitimate, it is never a good idea to face sworn testimony without sound legal advice and representation.
More Than 25 Years Of Experience Advocating For Central Texas Policyholders
I am attorney Jon Michael Smith, and I am a Texas board-certified consumer and commercial law specialist with more than 30 years of experience protecting policyholders’ rights in insurance claims. I am also AV Preeminent peer-review rated* through Martindale-Hubbell.
If you reside in Texas and have been called in for an examination under oath, call my office in Austin for a initial consultation. I will review the circumstances of your claim and explain what to expect during the process. I will make sure your rights are not violated.
Let Me Offer Guidance During Your Examination. Call My Office Today To Find How I Can Help You.
Insurance claim deposition questions can be tough, and the insurance lawyers will dig deeper into everything you say that gives them opportunity to suspect possible fraud.
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