Document Production for an Examination Under Oath (EUO)

The documentation related to an examination under oath is going to be set out in the letter from the insurance company’s attorney, on what they want you to bring. That information can go as far as bank records, credit card statements, cell phone records, utility bills, tax returns. The first thing that an insured says is, “Oh my gosh, how am I going to get this stuff together? How am I going to produce it? What format do they want it produced in? How much is it going to cost me?”

At McWherter Scott & Bobbitt, over the years, we’ve handled numerous examinations under oath, where clients have hired us to assist with that process. And so we use our experience and our resources to go out and gather those documents, and assist in gathering them, so that we can make sure that we fulfill the duties of the insured under the cooperation clause and produce all documents that we reasonably can.

McWherter Scott & Bobbitt represents policyholders, workers, and students throughout Tennessee. To schedule a consultation time with Clint Scott, or to speak with a Tennessee insurance dispute lawyer in Nashville, Chattanooga, Memphis, Jackson or Knoxville, please call 731-664-1340, or fill out our contact form.