made for $10,000 by the persons lawyer. Now my insurance company wants me to fill out this financial affidavit form that is requested by the other parties lawyer. the problem i have is if i list how much i have in my bank which is around $28k i am worried that they will want to collect or sue me for everything i have. is that true? my insurance rep said if i dont fill out the affidavit form then i could risk being sued, wouldnt i be sued if i tell them i have alot of money in my bank account anyways?The person that was involved in the accident (the car i hit) has $21,000 in medical bills and has her own lawyer. my insurance company statefarm has already mailed the $10,000 to their attorney. what are the chances that they will want to get more money than the $10,000 and also how easy will it be for them to take me to court and sue me especially since now my insurance company has assigned me a private lawyer in my area,
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