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I live in Wisconsin. A couple of months ago I was driving through Mississippi. I parked at a gas station to look up directions. While my car was parked, and turned off, a man in a large truck backed into the front of my car. I recently got a quote and it will cost $2,500 to fix.
He does not have insurance and I only had liability insurance. I do have the police report which states that it was entirely his fault. Is there anything I can do considering the distance?
We exchanged information before the police got there and the phone number he gave me was a fake (I do have his real one in the police report). He also threatened to change his story and "make trouble for me" if I tried to get money out of him. Do I have any options?I suppose what I was hoping for is that there is some way to have a lawyer in Mississippi act as a proxy for me, for a 50/50 split type of thing. Is that sort of thing possible?
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