What are my options legally if the SIU of my car insurance company wants to sit down with me for a recorded statement?

Question Details: I live in GA and I experienced an auto theft last month. The vehicle has not been recovered and my auto insurance deemed it a total loss. They were going through the evaluation process and then we got a phone call stating my claim was turned over to the SIU team. I received a phone call from the investigator seeking to have a sit down with me for a recorded statement. Am I legally required to have a statement recorded? Do I need an attorney present What options do I have to speed the claims process up as this matter has been ongoing for over 30 days?

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