Please turn the case over to your insurance company. They will hire an attorney and defend you. Best of luck.
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If you had rinsurance at the time of the accident, this is precisely the scenario where your insurance handles the situation. If you did, it is simply a matter of notifying your company and sending them a copy of any lawsuit that you are served with, or if it is only a written demand, you can send them that information. The insurance company will handle the claim and resolve it before suit or, if suit is filed, they will appoint an attorney to defend the case. That is part of why you pay insurance. Good luck.
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