Absolutely. Don't let insurance adjusters tell you otherwise. Most often they will tell you that in North Carolina they do not disclose auto policy limits. Quite to the contrary. They are obligated to disclose the limits by law. Here is the law:
"A person who claims to have been physically injured or to have incurred property damage where such injury or damage is subject to a policy of nonfleet private passenger automobile insurance may request by certified mail directed to the insurance adjuster or to the insurance company (Attention Corporate Secretary) at its last known principal place of business that the insurance company provide information regarding the policy's limits of coverage under the applicable policy. ... "