At this point rely on your agent to guide you.
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Report it to your carrier, which it sounds like you have already done. And, let your insurance carrier handle it. At some point, her lawyer will either contact your agent or file a lawsuit. If they file a lawsuit, your agent will appoint an attorney to represent you. You have insurance for a good reason.
By agent, you mean you've reported this to your insurance carrier then you're good.
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Your insurance company will appoint a lawyer if a claim is made.
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Let your insurance company resolve this. However, if you were injured, and the accident was not your fault, retain a personal injury lawyer which you can find on Avvo.
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