If you haven't already done so, report the incident to the local police. Then call your insurance company and open a claim. If you have UIM (uninsured/underinsured motorist) coverage, then make sure your insurance company processes your claim under the UIM portion of your policy. This makes a difference in the amount you have to pay for the deductible (most UIM deductibles are $100 and $300 versus $500 or more under the collision portion of your policy).
Depending on the year of your vehicle and the extent of damage (generally 2004 or newer with over $1000 in repairs) you would also be entitled to make a diminished value claim. You can only make such a claim under the UIM portion of your policy and not under the collision portion of your policy.
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