I know I should be asking a lawyer and all that, but I think this is a simple enough question and I can get an answer to put my mind at ease. Long story short, in 2003, I was in a car accident, my fault, and the lady I hit sued for injuries (although she was hardly injured and just looking for a quick buck). Anyways, my insurance company hired a lawyer, and at the end of it all, they decided to settle for my policy limit of $100,000, and that was that. Fast forward a few years later, and I get summoned as a witness because she was suing her insurance company for underinsured motorist coverage which they were not willingly paying. Now, tonight, my parents call me because someone was trying to serve me papers and their address was my last known address that they had on file - I've moved since so they couldn't serve. I can only assume this relates to that accident. Now my worry is that she didn't get what she wanted from her insurance company and is now suing me again. But my question is, can she even do that? She settled her lawsuit with me and I didn't have to pay anything out of pocket, and I was told by my lawyer that settling for the limit would protect me from paying out of pocket. So I have no idea what these papers are for, I imagine they'll eventually find me and serve. Hopefully the gold digging old bitch is suing her insurance company again and they need me as a witness, but I just want some reassurance that she can't be going after me.