Hello, my friend recently got rear-ended by a speeding motorist. His brother and a neighbor witnessed the speeding motorist rear-end the car and they took photos. Not having insurance for his car, my friend and the motorist had a mutual agreement that the damage done to their cars would be handled by their respective owners and no insurance was exchanged.
Two months later he received a letter from the insurance company claiming he is at fault for the accident. What steps can we take to prepare against this claim and the upcoming legal dispute?
Thanks in advance.
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