2. Absolutely not.
YOu should give the other insurance company access to the car.
Nothing good happens when you give a statement to the other side's insurance.
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You need to get legal counsel, asap.
1. Difficult question, if you were at fault and your own insurance company is going to repair your vehicle what is the point? If you were at fault, they are not going to pay for the damages anyway. If you do show it to them, simple tell the investigator or field rep, i.e. there is my car. Do not engage in conversation. Again You need to get legal counsel ASAP.
2. No. Again You need to get legal counsel ASAP.
3. Your ticket, you need to get legal counsel ASAP
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I agree with my colleagues and would add that you should hire a lawyer to represent you on the careless driving ticket. Accident cases are very defensible in traffic court and get dismissed far more often than speed cases.
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