I was involved in an auto accident in which a young man went through a red light (because of the glare of the sun he couldn't tell that the light had changed to red). He admitted fault - told the police officer exactly what happened. Since he assumed responsibility for the accident, the officer did not cite him for running the red light. Also since he assumed responsibility, the officer did not take statements from anyone else at the scene who may have witnessed the accident. A few days later, his insurance company is refusing to pay anything at all, saying I had run the light, and, soon after that, an "independent witness" notifies his insurance company that he witnessed the accident and that the young man had the green light. The man that hit me was on a major street, while I was on a lesser traveled one, where the light stayed green (in my direction) for all of 10 seconds and for the major street for 50 to 55 seconds so if he fellow did indeed see the accident and look up and see the light was green, it could very well have turned back to green. I have no way of knowing. I feel like I've been the victim every way you look at it. It appears my insurance company is fighting strongly in my behalf, as they've had to pay the cost of my vehicle, which was totalled, plus many medical bills. Do I have any recourse in this? I tried advertising in the classifieds to see if anyone that witnessed it could contact me but had no word. Should I try to defend myself in any way? Thank you for any help you might give me.