You said you are "being sued." Does this mean the injured person has filed a formal lawsuit in court? If so, you need professional assistance.
Do you have car insurance? If so, your insurance will defend the lawsuit for you in court or respond to the other person's demands. You should call your insurance company about this. They can handle everything.
If you do not have insurance, you will have to hire a lawyer to defend you. If the other person has actually filed suit in court and served you with papers, you need to hire an attorney right away. You must respond to those papers - you cannot ignore them. Once you have a lawyer, there are ways to find out if the person is telling the truth.
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