No. You have no legal obligation to give a statement to the other driver’s insurance provider. It is simply not in your interests to do so. Insurance companies train their adjusters to probe accident victims to look for any information that can be used against them to reduce the settlement value of their case or, worse yet, to deny a claim altogether. They may twist your words. The best thing that you can do to protect your rights is to let your Las Vegas, NV car accident attorney handle all correspondence and negotiations with the insurance company.