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I was in an accident where the other party ran a red light and hit the back fender of my car. The police wrote her a ticket but she talked them into changing the fault of the accident even though I had a third party witness. They mailed me a ticket after the fact. Now I am being sued and I found out I am drastically underinsured. I thought because I had full coverage I was well insured but I only had $10,000! I asked my insurance company recently if my they covered rental cars and how much I would be liable for and they gave me the impression I was totally covered. I don't have any real assets except my 401k. I don't have a home but I do have about $25 debt. I do have good credit and a good job. What is my risk? Is bankrupcy my only option as I don't have enough money to pay?I got a letter from my insurance company saying the claim has already exceeded the amount of coverage and asking if I had any personal finances to contribute. I thought I had lots of insurance but it turns out I only had $10,000 for property damage and $10,000 for medical
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