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I had a minor accident in the parking lot of the post office. We both backed out at the same time, and hit each other. I didn't know it but my stepmother had canceled my car insurance so I had no car insurance at the time of the accident. An hour or two later, I got my car insurance. Her bumper had a scratch, mine had a lot more damage. We exchanged info. I called her four times days after the incident. She said her car insurance would contact me. But they never did. I just got a letter from her insurance asking for money. I called them and said I was not paying anything it was not my fault, and that no one contacted me. I had a witness that approached me, I gave them her name and number. And I called the witness and told her to call them. What should I do?Also there was no police report. I have a witness, and she is calling then, as I gave the other persons insurance company the ONLY witness' information, and they never called her. How can they ask me for money when they never investigated it and never called, mailed, or emailed me asking me anything about it?
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