It is unlikely that you need to retain an attorney at this juncture. Your insurance company is handling the matter. If a settlement cannot be reached and one or more of the other parties sues you, your insurance company will defend you. If one or more of the other parties' damages exceeds your insurance policy limits, that leaves you open to personal liability. If that occurs, you may want to consider hiring an attorney but every case is different and without more information, it is unclear whether you will need an attorney at a later date.
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The answer to this question depends on how much liability coverage you had in place at the time of the accident, and how severe the person's injuries are. If the injuries are serious and you have a minimal policy, it might be a good idea to consult with a private attorney to find out if you have any danger of personal financial exposure.Ask a similar question
If your policy limits are low and damages potentially high, you should consider retaining independent counsel to safeguard your interests.Ask a similar question
At this juncture, let your insurance carrier handle it.
If you are later sued, that may be the time to evaluate whether or not you need personal counsel in addition to the counsel which will be provided to you by your insurance company.
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