Thank you for your response and clarification. As a member of an LLC, your liability is generally limited to your membership interest unless you are being sued for breach of the LLC agreement by other members of the LLC.
The dissolution agreement does grant you indemnity. This means that they are supposed to handle the defense for you on this.
It also means that any claim against you for which you may be liable will be covered by the indemnity agreement.
However, you also agree to indemnify the LLC for any claim that is based on your actions.
So, whether you are liable or not depends on the outcome of the case and what the claim is for. If the liability came about because of your doing, then you may be liable for more than your LLC interest because you have agreed to indemnify the company.
You will need to answer the lawsuit. It's probably a good idea to retain a defense attorney
to help you through this and make the necessary pleading claims for indemnity, etc.
If the claim is not based on your actions, then you need to file a general denial with the court and then ask the LLC to assume your defense.
Please let me know if you need clarification.
Zachary D. Norris