What to do if my vehicle was stolen and totaled in a crash and now my insurance company wants me to submit to an examination under oath?

Question Details: They are also requesting 2 years tax returns, any other debts I have, any insurance claims from the past 5 years, job and salary info, as well as some other stuff. I don't know how some of this pertains to my claim and am I obligated to provide all of this info? Also, is it in my best interest to hire an attorney to be present on my behalf at this examination under oath?

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