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I was in an auto accident and found to be at fault. I am underinsured from the accident with limits of 30/60/25 that will not be enough to cover the other persons medical injuries. The other person's attorney has told my insurance agent that they will not release me from liability without a statement under oath about the events prior to the accident. Can the other person's lawyer require me to make a statement under oath without taking me to court? My insurance representative has told me they are going to hire me a lawyer.
I thought a statement under oath was usually required from your own personal insurance company when fraud is suspected.
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