Specifically, I did not have auto insurance for the time the auto accident occurred. I want to know if there is any way to protect myself with the power of an attorney against inflated auto damage reports from the other party as well as injury claims. Are there options and room to arbitrate or negotiate with the other party's insurance company?Let me explain this situation further- I rear ended another car on the freeway. There is absolutely no damage to my car and the damage to the other car should not be that bad either. Considering that I have no insurance, I was contacted by the other party's insurance and told that I owe 1,800 dollars for the auto damage alone, which does not make sense! In addition I found that the other party is filing an injury claim. How can a attorney help me mitigate this situation?
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