Your best bet is to hire an attorney to defend (and, as you have stated yourself, protect) you.Ask a similar question
I agree. Hiring an attorney to represent you is your best chance at defending against any miscalculated or unrelated injury and property damage claims. If you have questions, contact an attorney and consult with him/her about your options. Consultations are usually free of charge.
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You really need to talk to a defense attorney as you did not have any insurance at the time of the accident. I would suggest contacting a personal injury attorney in your area that can provide you with the defense you will be needing. if there are any injuries involved, you could be held liable for a large sum of money. There may be "options and room to arbitrate or negotiate with the other party's insurance company", but if you are not an attorney you do not know how to go about handling those claims. They can be very hard to resolve. Good luck.
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There is little you can so after the fact. I would still immediately secure insurance to bring yourself back into the proper legal standard, but as far as the accident which already occurred you are at a great disadvantage.
Any claim you make, you are limited to your fixed damages, ie. medical bills, property damage, etc., and not pain and suffering.
You seem to be at fault and would be thus liable for the other parties' damages and would have to pay your own legal defense costs.
The only good news is that if you were uninsured, the injured party usually just pursues their own insurance company under their uninsured motorist coverage and if you are judgement proof and uninsured, in most cases the plaintiff will have little or no interest in pursuing you.Ask a similar question
You need to hire a lawyer before you do anything else. You should pay no money to anyone unless you are assured that you will receive a full release.
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