I got into an accident and sustained back and neck injury. I have been seeing a chiro. 3 times a week. I was receiving bills from my emergency room visit which I told the insurance company I wanted to pay. they then told me to sign a release form and they would pay it immediately. they offered me $500 for myself, $3000' for my medical bills, and gave me a considerable lower estimate on my car than my private body shop did. I ended up signing the form but later on found out that my medical bill exceeds $4000 and that the $500 they offered me is very low. I was wondering if I could appeal the release form I signed. Also, the release form needed a notary seal or signature of 18yr old which I forged.
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