Lief about what? You have a duty to cooperate with the insurance carrier or it can disclaim coverage. You may want to consult with an attorney who handles both personal injury cases and criminal defense.
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You have made things much worse by lying to the insurance company. Why would you lie to the insurance company, particularly when you were already on probation?
You may wish to contact the criminal defense attorney you may have worked with you before you went on probation. He or she may be able to further guide you at this point. You may be jeopardizing your probation by lying to the insurance company. Speak to your criminal defense attorney.
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