Not that this helps much at this point but I always point out to my clients the need to carry adequate insurance, the minimum policy will just not protect you when you have either caused an accident or have been injured in an accident. It really doe not cost that much more to up your insurance policy you need to do a comparison to see how much more a little more coverage will actually cost and I think you will be surprised.
If your husband was injured while working he needs to hire a workers compensation attorney, and if the the injury was caused by the negligence of a third party he needs to hire a personal injury attorney. Either way it is definitely time to go meet with an attorney to discuss the situation. I would start with a workers compensation attorney as we are well versed in handling workers compensation claims simultaneously with personal injury cases.
If your father has his own vehicle insurance he should contact them immediately, if not he needs to contact a civil defense attorney to figure out what is going on. It sounds like possibly an insurance company paid out money and now thinks your dad is liable in some fashion and is trying to recoup what they have paid out.
Your insurance company is likely denying your claim since your husband was not listed as an insured on your vehicle, which they are justly doing. Since the amount of damages is relevantly small you could take the driver to small claims court. Again it will be difficult to win without proof of who caused the accident. Sometimes you need to take situations like this and learn and move on. In the future you should not let anyone drive your car who is uninsured.
If you are currently represented by an attorney they should meet with you prior to the deposition to discuss the details of your case and what to expect during the deposition. Above you have been given a pretty good list of the basic subjects that will be gone over in your deposition. But for now contact your attorneys office to make sure you will be meeting prior to your deposition being taken.
It sounds like it is time to reevaluate your financial situation and your goals you are trying to achieve through bankruptcy, if you already have an attorney you should be able to go back in and meet with them to discuss your changed circumstances or goals, if not go meet with a local attorney to get some good advice.
immigration issue can be difficult enough when the immigrant follows the rules, but when the immigrant breaks laws like you have explained it really limits the possibility of successfully remaining in the United States.
Most likely they are only making threats that they do not intend to keep at this point, they are trying to scare you into paying. In order to garnish wages they would first have to file a lawsuit against you, serve it personally on you, and obtain a court judgment. Even if they did this they would not be able to garnish your husbands wages unless they were able to obtain a judgment against him. If they do get a judgment though they can attach your bank account or put a lien on your property....
Sorry to hear about your situation, the only way they could take your car is if you have it secured by a loan, if it is free and clear then they can not take it. So make sure you do not get a title loan on it because then it could be taken if you dont make the payments. If other creditors sue you they can also get a judgment and then technically attempt to take your car unless you file bankruptcy. And in bankruptcy you can protect about 21,000 in total assets depending on your specific...