I agree with attorney Lassen. If the policeman was mistaken and made serious errors in reporting the case, in the end if the case goes to trial, It really does not matter what the police report says because it is hearsay. You do not mention whether you had an attorney or not. If you have had a good PI attorney, your case would have been different. Oh I forgot, I do not think you can sue the policeman for writing the bad accident report. Sorry for your loss.
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You can't sue the police for failing to create a better report. I can't see why a TBI is worth only $350k when you had a million dollar policy. It doesn't sound like you were well represented.
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