The simple answer: No.
If the defense can reasonably attribute a request to a particular issue, then they might be able to “fish” a little bit.
But, seeking completely unrelated pre-existing records will likely not be allowed.
This is a fairly complex matter. The insurance company will say your condition is “pre-existing”. If you weren’t having any issues before the accident, this is quite misleading.
I think that you will need an attorney for this. There is not enough information here for an experienced PI attorney to say what it is worth.
You need an attorney. With the multiple allegations flying about, you need an experienced attorney to help you.
So long as the accident occurred within the last 2 years, you can make a claim against any responsible party
I would not accept anything from any insurance company at this point.
This question is pretty broad. It would help if I better understood the facts.
I can tell you that another's insurer is not required to treat you fair–while your own insurer is.
I really need more details to answer this question
Homeowners insurance will typically pay if a homeowner has been “negligent” in some manner.
If this is involved here, then perhaps there is a claim.
Homeowners doesn’t pay automatically, just because one gets hurt on anothers property.
This is a normal circumstance.
The affidavit of no other insurance sounds proper.
Generally, they don’t ask for a “list of assets”, but rather, are content with you stating that you have no assets which could be used to satisfy a judgment.
To be safe, you should consult with counsel. Possible, your insurance company could assist you here.
Salvage title or not, your car had a “fair market value “ before it was hit.
What was that “fair market value”?
That is the question to be answered. Once you know that, you should also have your answer as to how much the insurance company should be paying