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The car is in both of our names, as is the insurance. We have no assets. I am not employed. They have refused to release any medical records to our insurance company. They sent a letter saying they would "ruin me" if I didn't provide them with the limits of my policy. The police did not ticket me as they found that the man had stepped in front of my car. They said "that's why they call them accidents". The insurance company is trying to deal with them but they are being evasive. The man seemed intoxicated at the time. I have a large policy if that matters ($200,000).
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