You need to take your paperwork and consult with an attorney in your state before you sign anything. It is difficult to construct an answer based on the question you have presented. Do not sign anything until you talk with a lawyer in your area, if you do, you do so at your peril.
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Allstate release covers only allstate and its agents, assigns and lawyers. It does not cover any third parties. Please consult with an attorney in your city. Best of luck.
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You need to get a lawyer to review the release.
This is an example of why releases should not be signed without lawyer review.
Generally, the med pay reimbursement is contractual. So you have to repay that regardless of the release terms.
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Law Office of Stephen L. Hoffman LLC
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