Providing a recorded statement to your insurance company is standard operating procedure, so that the insurance company can investigate the incident.
If you don't provide the statement, the insurance company could deny the claim and not provide compensation.
If you were at fault in the accident and the insurance company denies the claim, you will be sued by the opposing party.
Although the insurance company cannot force you to provide a statement, given the above potential consequences, it is advisable to provide the statement.
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