No. Do not give a statement to the adjuster or sign any forms without consulting your attorney. Your lawyer will represent you in all dealings with the adjuster and, if a statement is to be given, your lawyer will be with you while you talk to the adjuster. Any information given about the facts and circumstances of your case can come back to haunt you at a later date. The insurance adjuster is not there to help you, but to save the insurance company money. Again, it is very important that you consult with an attorney before you agree to talk to an adjuster or before you sign any forms. When the insurance company calls, just tell them "you will have to talk to my lawyer", and they will call us, leaving you alone.