Your insurer is the go to place. Stop dealing with the others'
insurer. Ask to see the statements that were the original and those
that were changed. Insurer like anyone else make mistakes, err or
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That's horrible. It does happen. It's obviously not right. You need an aggressive personal injury attorney who has gone down this path before to push the case on your behalf. The more you call the other insurance company yourself the more they see that they can blow as much smoke as they want. Two answers:
(1) The intellectual approach: Don't take it from me, go to the book store or web book seller, get the book "Delay, Deny and Defend" and read it. This will explain what is happening to you.
(2) The active approach for expediting your case: Check out this article:Ask a similar question
Your personal injury attorney should answer all of your questions regarding your bodily injury claim.
If the police report documents statements made by witnesses that help your case, I doubt very much these witnesses will later give a completely different statement, especially under penalty of perjury. It's possible that the other driver claimed to have the green light to his/her insurance company and they are advancing that position even though not supported by the available evidence. With regard to their claim against you, your insurance company will hire an attorney to defend you against these claims.
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Your car insurance company will handle this for you. I assume that you reported this to your insurer and gave your insurer your statement. Based on your description of the accident, I believe that your insurer will deny any claim brought by the other driver. If the other driver files a lawsuit, your insurer will provide you with a lawyer paid by the insurer. Don't talk to the other driver's insurance company. Cooperate with your insurance company and let them handle it.
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