No question posted. However, turn the letter over to your insurance carrier asap with proof of delivery. Cooperate fully.
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Turn this over to your homeowner's insurance carrier. They will handle it for you.
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If you have insurance, you can forward the letter to them. Otherwise consult with an attorney. You need to defend this if nothing really happened. Best of luck.
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If you have homeowners or renter's insurance if you are a renter, turn it over to your insurance company and they will hire a lawyer and defend if they can't settle the matter. Tell them you have no recollection of an incident and give them the names of any friends/witnesses that will be able to verify they did not witness nor were they told of any injury or complaints. Also, just beause she is claiming injury, doesn't make it so, ask her for the specifics of the claim, including medical records and any statements of the alleged event and injuries?
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Report the potential claim to your homeowners or renters insurance carrier immediately. Let your carrier handle responding to the letter. If your ex roommate should assert a claim, your insurance carrier will handle it for you. Also, if your ex roommate files a lawsuit, your insurance carrier will then provide an attorney to represent you.
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