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Asked on: 10/11/11, 11:43 pm

I filed a claimed in Jan. 2011 with my insurance company. In June, my insurance company wanted me to take an oath with a lawyer that they will provide? I have refused because this is my first claim ever in life and I have done nothing wrong. I am confused on why they need a lawyer. So I'm confused on why I have to take an oath. I wanted to know is this legal and do I need a lawyer? At this time, the claim is still open and honestly if I was to take an oath, I would not answer many questions just because I don't remember everything since this case has been opened since Jan.

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