If my wife was at fault for an accident and the other driver washurt, whatt o do if my insurer wants me to sign a limited release?

It sounds like I can still get sued anyway.

Asked on September 17, 2012 under Accident Law, Georgia


Leigh Anne Timiney / Timiney Law Firm

Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

It is difficult to tell you whether or not you shoudl sign a release without seeing the release and reading it.  If you have concerns, I suggest you pay for a cosultation with an attorney, have him or her read the release you are speaking of and ask them what the legal ramifications of signing the release would be for you.    

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