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I was involved in a car accident a few months ago, and I was at fault. Both of our cars seem to have the same amount of damage, and I've only spent $700 at the repair shop to get it fixed. However, the other party spent more than $12,000, not including car rentals. My insurance only covers $10,000 for the other party's car damage, but this big gap in car repair seems unreasonable. The case has not ended but the other party's insurance has already requested me to pay the amount that my insurance will not pay. What should I do in this case? Also, do I have to pay for the other party's car rental?
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