The bottom line is that you were both drunk and neither one of you were in any condition to drive. The fact remains that she drove your car and at the time you did not object. The bigger issue is that she was driving your car when she hit that sedan. Hopefully you are insured because it is not only your car that needs to be repaired but also that sedan that she hit. You should contact your insurance company as soon as possible and they will repair yours and that other car and if necessary go after that woman that drove your car so badly. Your insurance company is going to ask why did it take you five months to report this accident. You can plead that you did not understand that you needed to report it because you believe this person was going to repair it.
I wish you the best of luck - at least no one was injured. Next time, keep a number for a taxi cab company and have them drive you home. It is better to leave the car where it is at rather than risk driving it.
Your post is a bit difficult to understand, but from what I can tell, someone else was driving your car and caused a collision. If so, you need to report it to your insurance. Your insurance will investigate the claim and inform you if you are covered for the loss.
If the collision was investigated by the police, it would help to have a copy of the collision report, which you can purchase online from the Washington State Patrol website. It will have important information about the facts if the collision.
The fact that you were both under the influence of alcohol complicates things, and it would be worth consulting with an attorney that is well versed in both insurance coverage law, as well as defending damage claims.
You don't supply sufficient facts to determine whether being forced to drink alcohol would present a legitimate defense to anything. You are likely not going to face criminal charges yourself, since you were not driving the vehicle at the time of the accident. Even if she was intoxicated at the time you handed her the keys, it is a very tough case to prove in the criminal context.
You should consult with the Washington State Bar or the King County Bar Association to arrange a legal consultation. You are very likely going to need an attorney's help to straighten this all out.
What about the car she hit? Did you fess up and leave the person your contact inFormation? you should consult an experienced attorney because if you were cited for DUI, it could be serious. In addition if you are sued by the owner of the damaged car, then you need to pay for the damages. As the car owner, you gave permission to the female to drive and you were in the car. Your insurance should pay. Under no circumstances should you drink and drive. In most circumstances, you would have certainly been arrested. Regardless of being tricked or not. It is called being responsible.
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