It doesn't matter where you are in the litigation. The insurance company decided to defend..they are defending. It's a contractual obligation between the insured and his insurance company. It really doesn't have anything to do with you and you have no grounds to do anything. You are not a party of their agreement.
First, just because you didn't find any insurance, doesn't mean there isn't any. Second, he is still responsible for your damages regardless of his insurance status. There is nothing to prevent you from suing him. If he has a decent income or assets, you will be able to recover a judgment against him.
I assume your insurance company has provided you with lawyers and they should be advising you with regard to these concerns. From a practical standpoint, discovery is construed very broadly, In theory you can be required to turn over anything that the Judge deems discoverable. I would at least make sure your facebook is on the highest privacy settings. There have been times when I have advised clients to remove their profile.
It sounds like you amended the Complaint to include the other issues. Is it the same lawsuit? Just because the remaining claims don't involve the initial allegations, doesn't mean that their attorney's can just drop them in the middle of a lawsuit.
It sounds like you really need to hire an attorney. You are not required to sign anything and should not. Do not give a phone interview either unless it's too late. Anything you tell an adjuster or anything they ask for is designed to reduce the value of your claim. They want to pay you the least amount of money possible.
There are also various damages you are entitled to that they are not accounting for. You really need someone with your best interest in mind to handle the insurance...
You need to consult with a medical malpractice attorney. Vancomycin and Gentamicin are independently very toxic drugs and are sometimes used together for synergy. Because of their toxicity, the doses must be calibrated when using for synergy. It is possible the antibiotics were not used appropriately. Their toxicity is well known and I am not sure what exactly you are trying what information you are ultimately trying to obtain. Please remember, as in any medical malpractice suit, you have...
Because of your history, a conviction could have very serious consequences. If the cop remains on your side, it will certainly help. You also need to get a hold of your friend that bailed on you. As my colleagues have pointed out, the case is now in the prosecutor's hands. This person may not be persuaded by your argument. Where is your case?
I don't know how injured you are, but I agree with my colleagues that the cab's insurance will try to pay you as little as possible. It is worth obtaining an attorney who will take your case on a contingency basis (i.e. represent you for a third of the of anything he/she can recover). It will not cost you money out of your pocket, you will have your interests protected, and your recovery will likely be significantly higher regardless of the attorney's fee. Do not talk to any adjusters. Do...
I am a Georgia attorney, but some things tend to similar all over. Adjusters generally have one goal and that is to pay you the least amount of money possible. Most information they try to obtain is only in furtherance of this goal.
They can't just throw him on the street. They might try to admit him into the hospital to get rid of him. Contact a local attorney in your county. The attorney may be able to rush and get a temporary restraining order against the facility form the Superior Court until you can find a proper living situation for him.