Q: California State Witness statement/ testimony
I sent an email last week to the insurance company asking for the full testimony/statement of the witness and what he exactly said with the specific time and specific and date of the testimony after the insurance company closed the case based on that statement and ignored all the other facts and images of the accident site. I need these information when I present my case with the state insurance department and the small claim courts. The insurance company is refusing to provide me with that details regarding the witness.
1. Is it my right to ask that according to the six amendment?
2. What's the process I need to follow to make the insurance company give all the details about the witness testimony before I start the lawsuit
3. I'm planning to give them a call next week what is the law phrase I need to use to ask them for that info.
MORE INFO IS NEEDED.
IS IT YOUR INS CO? IF SO THEY HAVE AN OBLIGATION TO COOPERATE.
IF THE OTHER SIDE, THEY WILL PROBABLY SUGGEST YOU STATEMENTIZE THE WIT YOURSELF.
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH A LOCAL PI LAWYER.
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