Calling lawyers, insurance experts and TP wannabes for advice on this. "After many months from the accident, I received a letter from the lawyer of the biker with regard to this accident. I don’t know who should I turn to, so seeking advice. I made my accident report at the nearest police post and also to relevant all the authorities. My workshop also made claims against the rider's insurer. The TP also issued a letter to the rider for his recklessness. Then recently, rider asked his lawyer to issue a letter requiring me to furnish my particulars, police reports etc. I do not believe they have the right to ask me for all these. In the letter, it claims that I was being reckless that caused the rider to rear-end me in the accident. My front video showed I braked to slow down, not even to the extent of emergency brake, to avoid a truck coming into my lane. The rider switched lane picked up speed and he could not brake in time due to the short distance. Ended up his bike skidded towards my rear and hitting it. Should I be responding to this lawyer letter at all?" Credit: Mr Yap Admin: We say it all the time, a set of good front and back camera will always save the day and loads of trouble from insurance claims.