You will probably receive a call from an adjuster for the other driver once the other driver's insurance company is notified of the accident. Our advice is to tell the adjuster that you cannot give a statement without speaking to an attorney first, and that you want your attorney present with you while you give the statement. If you do not intend to hire an attorney, you still don't need to give a recorded statement if a police report was completed.  Insurance adjusters may try to trick you into giving answers that will actually hurt your case in the future and make it sound like the accident was your fault.  It is never a good idea to give a recorded statement without an attorney present.
Jill S. Bollwerk
Helping St. Louis area residents with personal injury, workers' compensation & insurance appeals/disputes.