Absolutely, especially if your main indicator is fasting blood sugar. It would appear that you DO have insulin resistance, just not of the muscles. Your liver is resistant (hepatic insulin resistance) and so the insulin which is present fails to prevent it from dumping stored glycogen as glucose when told to do so by cortisol or other functions. (One of the five jobs of insulin is to prevent the liver from dumping glucose until it really should. When the liver is insulin resistant, it fails to "listen" to this - but still listens to other signals telling it to dump away.)
I don't know much about liver disease but if you are treating that perhaps it will help. Another possible approach might be to deplete the glycogen stores in your liver via a LC/HF (ketogenic) diet. You could consult your doctor but he/she probably won't be willing to talk about this and/or might no know anything about it. In any case, if it is not strongly counter-indicated in your particular case it might be an effective option.
Your A1C is VERY low considering a FBG of 397. This would seem to indicate that at this point your liver is the main problem.