Is there a way to insure that the taxi medallion (a valuable asset) isn't refinanced or otherwise shielded from a potential suit should insurance not prove to be adequate compensation in the event my injuries have long lasting consequences?I have filed all forms in a timely fashion and have the names of the passengers of the cabs. A complaint was filed. The taxi driver was issued a ticket for failing to yield to a pedestrian. Is there a way to insure that the owner/driver does not refinance the medallion during this legal process? Some sort of a lien, or is it premature to be thinking about this at this time?
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