I am being sued by a party with whom I was in a car crash over a year ago. The plaintiff was placed under surveillance by the insurance, and over the course of two days a week apart, she was videotaped engaging in activities that contradict the claims in her complaint 100%. I met with my insurance company appointed attorney and he didn't seem to care that the plaintiff was committing obvious fraud. This is in Miami, the fraud capital of the US, and I am worried that my insurance company appointed attorney is in collusion with the plaintiff's attorney. Is that possible and should I try to find my own attorney to replace the insurance company's attorney? This lawsuit and its outcome will stay with me for life, I want the best possible outcome for myself.
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