You can certainly contact the police department in the area where the accident occurred. It will be up to them what if anything they are willing to do after the fact. My guess is that they will not be much interested, since there isn't much more they can do other than talk to you.
Yes. Call the police department to file same.
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I concur with my colleagues. Sounds like the easiest thing to do is to take Attorney Lee's advice.
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