At fault driver has 100/300 coverage. I also have 100/300 coverage for under insured. Medical bills are already exceeding 100k. After attorney fees and medical bills, will I owe money?
No one here is going to be able to answer this question without a thorough review of your entire case.
Your best bet to obtain the maximum injury settlement amount in this case is to consult immediately with a personal injury attorney in your area to obtain a more specific answer and get all of your legal options before deciding what to do and then also complete all medical treatment necessary for any injuries you received. The attorney will also investigate any liability issue and check for all available coverages to ensure you have the maximum amount of coverages available to you. You can use the "Find a Lawyer" link at the top of this page for the names of attorneys in your area. Most offer a free consultation and work on a contingency fee basis, so you won’t have to pay anything up front.
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Much more information is needed. Most attorneys will offer a free consultation in personor over the phone. Speak with an attorney asap, especially before you speak with the insurance company
Any attorney would need additional facts than what is provided. It shounds like you are handling your own case; I would strongly suggest that you retain a Personal Injury attorney right away. That PI attorney may find other ways of handling your case than you are capable of. Further attorneys are very good at negotiating which will be beneficial to you. Do not further talking to an insurance carrier without first retaining the legal services of a PI attorney. Good luck.
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