Just to be careful, file a police report and get a copy.
In addition, report this to your car insurance company. They will take care of everything for you.
Fortunately, no injuries and no major damage.
Stephen L. Hoffman
Law Office of Stephen L. Hoffman LLC
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I agree with Mr. Hoffman. Its better to get on record early as to what actually happened. That way, if the other party begins to change their story the facts have been recorded. I would also agree that you should report it to your insurance company. best of luck.
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Always report every accident to the police and your insurance company, or it will come back to bite you.
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