First, if you have not done so, go to see your doctor, and then follow your doctor's instructions. You should also consult with a lawyer. Finally, do not give a recorded statement to Amica before you hire an attorney.
I assume that you were represented by an attorney. You need to ask your attorney this question. It would take a great deal
of information and familiarity with the facts of your case before anyone could even begin to advise you about this.
An attorney can help get the hospital bills paid, and have the hospital wait for payment until you and your husband receive a settlement from the driver. An attorney can also deal with the driver's insurer. The driver may also have PIP coverage which would cover him since he was a pedestrian. You need to talk to a personal injury lawyer soon, and not talk with the driver's insurer until you have advice of counsel. Fell free to call me, but definitely call and meet with a personal injury...
Send your insurer a copy of the Release. Usually, the consequence of not cooperating is a denial of coverage for the collision. Does the Release that you were given include personal injury? Or just property damage. That may be important. There are too many variables here to give you a definitive answer.
No, you don't have to give the other driver's insurance all of your past medical records. How weever, it will more than likely not settle without seeing at least some if them to decide whether there is a ore-existing condition. You should confer with a personal injury attorney to protect your interests.
Without seeing the complaint, it is a bit difficult to answer this. However, I assume that your friend's father had insurance for the car. Since you were driving with permission, you are covered by that insurance. If there is a suit, the insurance company should have hired an attorney to represent you.
As for your mother, since it was not her car, it sounds unlikely that there is a valid claim against her. That said, if she has auto insurance, she should report the lawsuit to her insurer,...