A year ago, my then 16 yr old son made a left turn in front of a motorcyclist. The cyclist was seriously injured. We called our auto insurance company immediately, and they took over from there. Last week we received a letter from the injured party's attorney, requesting information about any other insurance policies we might have, regardless of the type. Why would they want/need to know about our medical/dental and homeowner's insurance? I am a little leery about giving out that information. Should I?
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