If she is driving your car and has an accident and she has no insurance then you will be sued and will be held liable to the plaintiff. The difference of using her car vs. using your car is that most likely you will have higher limits to protect others and in case that she is hit by an uninsured driver, you can make a claim against your own insurance company and get the higher limits. Visit my guide on Avvo and read about being hit by an uninsured driver. Best of luck.
Unfortunately, my colleagues are right. NO damages no recovery. However, you can write to the company and complaint about their quality control and ask them if the tooth belongs to one of their employees or an animal. Best of luck.
Yes, his money can be used to support his child. He would be best served if he hires a family lawyer to help him set a court order and take the child support out of the equation of the games played by the child's mother. Best of luck.
I agree with my colleagues. The police report will not come in. Moreover, you have your witnesses and your story. However, one of the issues regarding this case may be that if the pedestrian damages are larger than your insurance coverage, your company may decide to tender the policy to avoid being exposed to larger liability, should a jury find you liable. The pedestrian may have a different story than yours at trial and it would be foolish to believe that your story could carry the day in...