I was involved in a 3 car collision in CA that was not caused by me. The at-fault insurance company has been ignoring my calls, and it's been exactly 56 days today from the date of the incident/claim (should be resolved within 40 days in CA). I have received no communication via letter or... View More
Releasing your liability limits does nothing other than inform the other party how much coverage you have. They have a right to demand that information in a lawsuit, but pre-litigation, you must provide your insurance with consent to release the limits.
I was in a car accident 4 weeks ago, the insured of the other car accepted liability. I have a Stanford Hospital bill of $15,574 and I was unaware that I had state health insurance that will cover emergency room visits. My health insurance provider name and group/member number was not listed... View More
As the other attorneys have indicated, I believe more information would help answer your question. You should consult with an attorney beyond this thread to make sure that you do not jeopardize your claim.
If an uninsured motorist has struck you, you generally do not "release"...View More
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