I-licensed-drove car2(MY fiance bought&insures buts registered in his sisters fiances name-private property-security cop witness the car B4 me-not look behind-slam in reverse-hit us HARD-OUR car in park-told his Ins.it was hit n run&wants his car fixed?!
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Insurance Question from Lake Mathews, CA
Asked on 08/10/2017
I-licensed-drove car2(MY fiance bought&insures buts registered in his sisters fiances name-private property-security cop witness the car B4 me-not look behind-slam in reverse-hit us HARD-OUR car in park-told his Ins.it was hit n run&wants his car fixed?! whats going 2happen-we dont have full coverage, Our car overheats when idling so i turned it off during long wait as said car ahead of me was engaged n long conversation hoping 2 sway security guard 2 make exception & let them in-hearing that the recycle center was ALREADY closed & they had to leave-apparently upset they forgot 2look-hit my car in an exhibition of speed manner hurting our hood & windshield bad but its old car so no biggy
Answer given on August 13, 2017
I don’t understand – is the other driver asking you for payment, or filing as hit & run?
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