Yes he is responsible for your damages. You can turn this over to your insurance carrir since he has no insurace. If you have UMPD (uninsured motorist property damage) coverage they wll pay for your damage and then seek subrogation (including your deductible) from the at fault party. Good luck.
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Yes he is absolutely accountable regardless if this is private property or not. Consult an attorney ASAP to investigate coverage.
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Of course he can be held accountable for the damage to your car. (I don't understand what this police officer was thinking when he told you that he wouldn't be accountable because it took place on private property.) As for the best way for you to move forward, consult with an attorney, and they should guide you from there.Ask a similar question
The local PD will not respond to non-injury accidents on private property. If the damage to your vehicle exceeds your deductible you should promptly report the matter to your carrier. If it does not your best option is to file a complaint in small claims court to recover your damages. I think you will find it very difficult to retain an attorney in this case. Good luck.
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Yes turn the matter and all your info over to your insurance they will handle. You may be out your deductible for which you can sue the man in small claims. If you do and win there is a filing you can make with the dmv along with the judgment. His license will be non-renewed until he pays. You should also promptly file an SR-1 report of accident form withe dmv. they will contact the other driver to provide them with his insurance . if does not they will suspend his license. If does have insurance you can request the DMV for information. But must file the SR-1 first.Ask a similar question
Small claims and file SR-1 with DMV. Good luck.
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The other driver is definitely liable for your damages. However, the lack of emotional and physical damages will make it prohibitive for an attorney to become involved. Best of luck.
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Whether someone's legally parked car is smashed into on a public road or private should have no bearing on whether the smasher is liable... Heck, if anything, it may allow the owner of the property to be roped into a lawsuit. And, of course, police officers should not be relied upon for legal advice regarding civil law and insurance matters. One's own auto insurance carrier would be the first place to start the process for recovery should his or her car be hit while parked (and provided there were no injuries to any person).
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