Police report said he was driving to fast for traffic conditions and never said during his interview with police that I cutt him off, that came a few days later when he talked to hi insurance co.
If you suffered damages from an accident then you can sue the responsible driver regardless of what his insurance carrier says. You should consult with an attorney who can review the police report and all other important documents in order to give you the advice you need.
Sure you can sue him. What an insurance company says is often self-serving and often untrue. When you go to court (small claims I assume, if you only suffered damage to your car) bring a certified copy of the police report. If you were injured, a lawyer will handle all of this for you.
Car / Auto Accident Lawyer
Frustrating, isnt it? the answer is, yes, you can. Often times, the tone of the other party's insurance company may make you think otherwise but don't put too much weight on that. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have or at least provide a trustworthy referral, to make sure your interests are protected. Best of luck to you!
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