You can sue him in small claims, get a judgment and try to enforce it. The police should have given him summonses for those violations anyway. If you feel strongly about it, call the officer, find out the hearing dates and show up to tell your side of the story. The judge could order restitution.
You can sue him in small claims but my guess is you won't get anywhere. You will probably have a difficult time serving him and if you do get a judgment a difficult time collecting. Good luck.
If you have no collision coverage of your own, then small claims may be an option. If the tickets are still pending you may be able to ask for restitution. Contact the ADA handling the municipality where the tickets were issued.
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Small claims is all you got. No fault will cover any medical treatment/lost wages, and your own SUM coverage would cover other personal injury related recoveries if warranted.
You can file a Small Claims Court action. After you win, you can try to collect from the other driver who may or may not be able to pay you anything.
You have the option of suing him in small claims court for the deductible and the repairs. You will then obtain a judgment against him. Collecting on the judgment may be difficult since you do not know if he has any assets or anything that you can collect on, but you do have the option of suing for the losses.
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See your insurance to see if it is available. If so, they will seek compensation from the other driver and you will likely not be further involved in that process.
If your insurance is not an option, see the prosecuting authority regarding your options for the government to include an order of restitution as part of the process against the driver.
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