My claim was closed, I was told this by my insurance company. I was recently notified by my insurance company that the other party is claiming personal injury. I was not involved in any accident. They took pictures of my car no proof that I was in any accident.
The number and type of questions your insurance carrier may ask you are extensive, so let's just say that no one here is going to be able to give you a list of comprehensive questions. Since you claim not to have been involved in the accident, however, most likely the adjuster will be asking you where you were on the date of the accident, basically whether you have an alibi for that time, whether or not you have proof of your whereabouts, whether you have any photographs of your vehicle after the accident confirming there is no damage to your vehicle, etc.
If you have any concerns, ask your adjuster what he or she is going to ask you. Your adjuster should give you a good indication of what is needed.
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I agree with counsel above. The types of questions are extensive and some lines of questioning are fact dependent. Cooperate with your adjuster and any attorney they obtain to represent you and hopefully any amount sought will be within your policy limits.
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