He's probably asking you to sign an affidavit of no insurance so he can make a claim against his client's own uninsured motorist policy. Call him and if you still have concerns call a lawyer near you, but I don't think you need to worry
I agree with my colleague about the Affidavit of No Coverage but I would run it by a lawyer just to make sure it releases you from any further liability. Good luck!
It is probably nothing you need to be concerned about as he is likely pursuing a claim against his Uninsured Motorist coverage. Was he injured? If so, I would consult a local attorney to ensure you are not setting yourself up for a large subrogation claim (though you may face action from his insurance company who is paying out because of your negligence). If there is no injury, I would confirm this is the purpose of the form. If you have someone you trust who is an attorney, I would have them eyeball the form just for safety sake.
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