consult a local attorney as consultations are typically free. Is he refusing to pay? your lack of insurance may prevent you from recovering. See if h will enter into a payment plan. Good Luck.
Your question does create 2 great teaching points for others.
1. why don't you have insurance? You could seriously injure someone while you are driving, or be injured yourself. Driving without insurance is irresponsible (though in Virginia it is NOT illegal)
2. While damage to a car after an accident may seem "minor" often it is not. If you did have insurance it would have been a mistake to not immediately report the claim
Ben Glass is licensed in Virginia. He offers a number of free consumer book downloads at his site for information purposes only. You should consult an experienced, board certified attorney in your area. Obviously, no attorney client relationship is formed by participating in Avvo.
Obtain a written agreement for payment; or a payment plan; or small claims court.
This is not intended to be legal advise or as legal representation. I am a California personal injury attorney . Be aware that every state has its own statute of limitations; and statutes & case laws that govern the handling of these matters.