Some more facts will be needed to determine whether you have a case - but it is possible.
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I would like to see the rest of your question-from what you wrote,it seems like you were not injured and suffered damage to your car only-check with the other driver's insurance company to see if they will pay for your car . If so,you likely don't need a lawyer.
Most accident attorneys will not take just a car damage case. I suggest you make a claim against the adverse driver's insurance carrier. You also may have coverage available through collision coverage or uninsured motorist coverage through your own company in the event the adverse driver is uninsured.
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