In this situation you could file a complaint against the other driver. It would probably be in your best interest to have an attorney do this for you. They will determine what court it would be filed in. I would seek an opinion of a local attorney.
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You would the officer’s testimony that she admitted fault at the scene, and you would need someone that can testify about the reasonable value (blue book) of your car on the date of the crash. Hopefully you have pictures of your damaged car. Depending on the amount of your damages you could file a small claims case against her. However, if she did not have insurance she may not have the money to pay you and therefore be uncollectible.
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Get a copy of the police report in which she admitted responsiblity.. that should be enough evidence if he wrote it down (police reports are an exceptiion to hearsay and are not excluded )
If it is under $5K file a small claims action against the other driver.
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Was the car titled in your name? If so, you have problems with litigation here in Michigan.
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