1) I assume you do not have Uninsured Motorist Coverage on your policy? If you do, clearly that would be the way to go.
2) Ohio's statute of limitations for personal injuries appears to be 2 years. If the crash was four years ago I am a little in the dark as to why your case is still viable. Is it already in suit?
3) The common wisdom is that people with minimum limits policies and non-fancy cars tend not to have assets. Most personal injury lawyers will not pursue private assets.
4) A frequent solution in Georgia is approach the health insurer and tell them you are going to drop the case altogether (meaning they get nothing) unless they agree to take pennies on their reimbursement claims. If you don't get a settlement, you don't owe any reimbursement.Ask a similar question
As I am licensed in Florida and Vermont, I cannot comment specifically on Ohio law. However, generally, the situation which you describe generally would trigger underinsured motorist coverage, if you carried that on your own auto insurance policy.
As you appear to be represented by current counsel, I would suggest that you schedule a face-to-face meeting with your attorney and explore the current status of your claim and also determine when the statute of limitations may run on your claim.Ask a similar question
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