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Had a fender-bender. Police filed no report. Being contacted with estimates for auto damage. What, if anything should I do?

Spotswood, NJ |

Police officer at the scene said he saw no damages. Neither party asked for a report to be filed. Three other people at scene. All saw no damages. Now getting calls with estimates. If no report was filed, is there any proof of fault or liability. Should I even respond to the phone calls? Thanks!

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I suggest you turn this over to your insurance company to handle. You thought there was no damage and you would not hear from anyone again. Well that is not the case now. YOur auto carrier is paid by you to deal with these type issues.

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Simply report it to your insurance company to resolve.

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Immediately contact your insurance carrier and ask them to deal with it.

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