Should I sign a release or anything from an insurance company?

Not until consulting with a lawyer first! Most of the time, an insurance company won’t pay you without obtaining your signature on a release. But a signed release allows the insurance company to be free from the obligation to pay anything more on your claim. It also prevents you from bringing up a lawsuit in the future.

A solid legal team like the attorneys at Lachman & Gorton should be able to review a release and advise you whether you risk losing any rights by signing it.

National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives
United States District Court of Northern and Western Districts
Broome County Bar Association