I have received a few calls lately about the dreaded examination under oath. Basically, this is your insurance company’s chance to ask you anything about any topic that might be remotely related to your first party claim (your claim against your own insurance company).
First, when an insurance company asks for this, get an attorney. You do not want to do this yourself. This may cost you a few dollars, but it is better to spend it now than spend it later, especially if later might be a criminal charge of insurance fraud. When I was an insurance adjuster, I somewhere between 150 and 200 plus claims for EUO. Sitting here right now, I can think of 1 claim that was paid. The odds are against you. You need legal help.
Second, the insurance company is entitled to an awful lot of documents. They are looking for a document that catches you in a lie. You should provide all of these documents to an attorney to review. But, if you decide to do this by yourself, then err on the side of giving them too much and not enough. You do not want them to deny the claim based on your failure to produce documents.
EUOs can be scary. You do not want to do this alone. Find a good attorney experienced in this area to help you.